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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
|PSY1101||Introduction to Psychology||*||15|
|PSY1111||Psychology: History and Perspectives||15|
Year One - Semester 2
|PSY1102||Research Methods in Psychology 1||15|
|PSY1204||Social Determinants of Behaviour||15|
Year Two - Semester 1
|PSY2202||Research Methods in Psychology 2||15|
|PSY2301||Learning and Motivation||15|
Year Two - Semester 2
Year Three - Semester 1
|PSY3303||Research Applications and Ethical Issues||15|
|PSY3216||Group Process and Group Management||15|
|PSY3217||Cultural Issues in Psychology||15|
Year Three - Semester 2
|PSY3350||Biological Psychology, Sensation and Perception||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.