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Master of Psychology (Clinical)
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Master of Psychology (Clinical) - Bedford Park - South Australia Master of Psychology (Clinical) - Bedford Park - South Australia
Objectives:
The course aims to prepare graduates for professional work in a wide variety of mental health care facilities. It provides students with theoretical knowledge and research and clinical skills leading to professional registration. Experience is provided in both adult and child settings.Learning outcomesOn completion of their degree, students will have developed extensive knowledge in the range of skills of relevance to Clinical Psychology and will be eligible for membership of the Clinical College of the Australian Psychological Society.
Entry Requirements:
Applicants must hold an approved honours degree of first or upper second class standard in the field of psychology, or qualifications deemed equivalent by the Faculty Board. Applicants also should note that certain undergraduate topics may be required before acceptance.
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Master of Psychology (Clinical)
Course Description:
The Master of Psychology (Clinical) is a 72-unit program offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences on a fee-paying basis.

PROGRAM OF STUDY  [November, 2008]

To qualify for the Master of Psychology (Clinical), a student must complete 72 units with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic, comprising 36 units of coursework, 18 units of supervised practicum and an 18-unit research project.

Students normally complete the following program.

However, not all topics are necessarily available in a given year and other options may be offered.

The award of a grade of Fail (F) in more than 6 units of the first 18 units of coursework or in 12 or more units of practicum may constitute prima facie evidence of unsatisfactory progress for the purposes of the University's Policy on Student Progress.

Except with permission of the Faculty Board the program must be completed full-time within six consecutive semesters or part-time within ten consecutive semesters.

First Year
36 units comprising:


PSYC9021
    

Advanced Counselling: Theories and Practice
    

3

PSYC9036B
    

Psychological Assessment
    

6

PSYC9041
    

Practicum A
    

6

PSYC9051
    

Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
    

3

PSYC9053B
    

Introduction to Clinical Child Psychology
    

6

PSYC9054
    

Interventions in Clinical Child Psychology
    

3

PSYC9059
    

Abnormal Psychology and Psychopharmacology
    

3

PSYC9063
    

Research Issues
    

3

PSYC9100
    

Research Project
    

3

Second Year
36 units comprising:


PSYC9042
    

Practicum B
    

6

PSYC9043
    

Practicum C
    

6

PSYC9047
    

Current Trends in Clinical Psychology
    

3

PSYC9052
    

Further Applications of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
    

3

PSYC9061A
    

Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine
    

3

PSYC9100
    

Research Project
    

15

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