Our psychology courses were first taught in 1964, and the School of Psychology and Speech Pathology was founded in 2001. Today, with approximately 40 full-time academic staff, we are committed to providing a rewarding and relevant learning experience for our students. We pride ourselves on our friendly and approachable manner, and welcome opportunities to talk with prospective students.
The School offers a Bachelor of Psychology degree and Master of Psychology degree (with clinical and counselling streams), both of which are accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. Also, our undergraduate and postgraduate speech pathology degrees are accredited by Speech Pathology Australia.
In 2014 we launched the Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Human Resource Management) degree. This degree is designed to provide a basis in and appreciation of the scientific discipline of psychology as well as the human resource management professions.
In 2015 we introduced the Master of Psychology (Professional) course. This one-year course provides students with education and training in the professional practice of psychology. The course is designed to integrate coursework, research and placement components with an emphasis on experiential learning.