Psychology Courses(8 courses)
Start a rewarding career in psychology with this fully-accredited online Graduate Diploma in Psychology course.View course information
The Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy provides students with the opportunity to expand their theoretical knowledge and develop their skills through self-reflective clinical practice and experience.View course information
The Graduate Diploma in Psychology is an online program that prepares students to pursue full qualification as a professional psychologist, or to apply psychological concepts to their chosen industry.View course information
Want to gain the knowledge and skills to understand modern psychology? Keen to get one step closer to becoming a registered psychologist? You can with the Graduate Diploma of Psychology (Bridging) from JCU.View course information
Discover what makes the human mind tick and carve a well-compensated career path with the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from Western Sydney University. The degree combines evidence-based biological, cognitive, neurological, social, developmental, and personality theory with statistical expertise and practical experience. Graduate with specialist psychological and research skills.View course information
The Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) equips students with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills required for careers in psychology and behavioural studies.View course information
Turn your natural curiosity into a rewarding new career with this industry-focused Bachelor of Arts (with a key program in Psychology) course from Western Sydney University.View course information
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Pioneers in psychology, such as Sigmund Freud, helped develop investigative methods for human behaviour that are still used today. You can learn more about Freud’s findings through a course in psychology, behavioural studies or integrated human studies. A qualification in any of these areas can lead to roles in a range of industries including business, communications, human resources, health, marketing, sports management, law and media.
If the field of mental health is of interest to you, then studying psychology or social science (psychology) offers a gateway into the field. You will not only learn about mental disorders, but also learn about the legislation and policies that support sufferers of mental illness, and gain the skills to effectively evaluate risk and manage this through intervention and recovery.