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Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

  • Study mode
    Psychology is studied on campus.
  • Program rating
    You can study Psychology at the University of Melbourne through the Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Arts. You will learn about human motivation and emotion, social interaction and decision making, and basically learn why people are the way they are and do the things they do.
  • Aimed at
    People interested in going on to further study to become a psychologist or wanting to apply psychology principals in other areas.
  • Employability
    Employment after studying the Bachelor of Science in Psychology and additional postgraduate training, can be in clinical psychology, community psychology, educational psychology, forensic psychology, sports psychology, academic psychology and many more.
  • Expected salary
    $67,571 is the average annual salary for someone working in Psychology or Counselling in Austraila.
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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Psychology
                
    First year

    Mind, Brain and Behaviour 1     
    Chemistry     
    Mathematics     
    An Ecological History of Humanity
    Mind, Brain and Behaviour 2     
    Chemistry     
    Mathematics     
    Introducing Australian Indigenous Studies

    Second year
    Developmental Psychology     
    Chemistry     
    Chemistry     
    Logic: Language and Information
    Personality and Social Psychology     
    Cognitive Psychology     
    Chemistry     
    Learning Cultures

    Third year
    Psychology in Modern Society     

    Research Methods     
    Chemistry     
    Indigenous Experiences of Colonisation
    Applied Psychology     
    The Unconscious Mind     
    Chemistry     
    Critical Thinking with Statistics and Data

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