Home > Bachelor > Psychology - All > Online - on campus > Joondalup > Bachelor of Psychological Science - Joondalup - Western Australia

Bachelor of Psychological Science - Online - on campus

Speak without obligation to Edith Cowan University Joondalup Campus

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Bachelor of Psychological Science - Online - on campus - Joondalup - Western Australia

  • Objectives
    Designed for students with a humanities background who are interested in careers comprising Psychology and areas from Arts and Humanities such as Children Studies, Youth Work, Human Services, Disability Studies and Justice. The course involves a greater concentration of psychology units in the third year of study, focusing particularly on issues of social change, group processes and group management, and cultural psychology. The course is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council, and on completion of this degree, students may apply for a fourth year of study from an accredited program.
  • Entry requirements
    Minimum admission requirements apply to enter this course.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Course description
    This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
    Bachelor of Psychological Science

    This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

    The Bachelor of Psychological Science consists of 360 credit points.

    Generally, units in this course should be completed in year sequence (i.e., all first year units should be completed before proceeding to second year units, and all second year units should be completed before proceeding to third year units). Prerequisites must be adhered to and each of the research units must be taken in the exact sequence (i.e. PSY1102, PSY2202, PSY3303). Over the course of the degree students may not undertake more than 150 credit points at the first year level.

    Year One - Semester 1
    Unit           Description                                            Points

    PSY1101    Introduction to Psychology    *                    15
    PSY1111    Psychology: History and Perspectives         15
    Major/Minor/Elective unit
    Major/Minor/Elective unit

    Year One - Semester 2
    Unit           Description         Points

    PSY1102    Research Methods in Psychology 1             15
    PSY1204    Social Determinants of Behaviour               15
    Major/Minor/Elective unit
    Major/Minor/Elective unit

    Year Two - Semester 1
    Unit          Description                                          Points

    PSY2202    Research Methods in Psychology 2         15
    PSY2301    Learning and Motivation                         15
    Major/Minor/Elective unit
    Major/Minor/Elective unit

    Year Two - Semester 2
    Unit           Description                             Points

    PSY2305    Individual Differences                 15
    PSY2231    Developmental Psychology         15
    Major/Minor/Elective unit
    Major/Minor/Elective unit

    Year Three - Semester 1
    Unit           Description                                                  Points

    PSY3303    Research Applications and Ethical Issues         15
    PSY3343    Abnormal Psychology                                        15
    PSY3216    Group Process and Group Management           15
    PSY3211    Cultural Issues in Psychology                           15

    Year Three - Semester 2
    Unit          Description                                                                Points

    PSY3350    Biological Psychology, Sensation and Perception         15
    PSY3304    Cognition                                                                     15
    PSY3246    Systems Consultation                                                  15
    PSY3306    Psychology, Community and Work                               15

    PSY1101 Introduction to Psychology must be successfully completed before undertaking any subsequent units in Psychology, however, this unit can be taken in conjunction with PSY1102 Research Methods in Psychology 1.

Other programs related to Psychology - All

This site uses cookies. If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted. See more  |