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UWA Psychology

UWA are proud to consistently rate in the top 100 psychology departments in the world, and have a strong record of turning out first-rate practitioners who are widely educated in the theory, practice and research of this discipline.

UWA School of Psychology has received the top ranking (five out of five) in all three Commonwealth Excellence in Research for Australia rankings since 2010, meaning UWA research is classified as “well above world standard”. UWA is one of only two schools in Australia to have achieved this.

UWA offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs that are fully accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC), as well as flexible, non-accredited options to get job-ready, upskill or complement other studies.

  • One of two psychology schools in Australia to have its research rated as “well above world standard” (ERA)
  • Ranked first in Western Australia for Psychology (QS 2020)

Degree & Master Programs

Students wishing to complement their studies with a Psychology major may opt to complete the single majors psychology courses.

Students hoping to gain professional accreditation as a psychologist are required to complete the Psychology double major (APAC accredited undergraduate sequence), as well as undertake additional study at honours and postgraduate levels.

Psychology is a fascinating and diverse area of study that touches on many aspects of daily life – seeking to answer questions about how and why people behave the way they do. The Psychology in Society major helps you build a scientific understanding of human behaviour and its underlying psychological processes. The major has a particular emphasis on developmental psychology, social psychology, intelligence and personality and abnormal psychology.

In particular, this major looks at the measurement of psychological abilities such as intelligence, how these abilities develop through the life span and on the processes that govern the relationships between people and groups in society.

If you’re hoping to pursue further study at postgraduate level leading to professional accreditation as a psychologist, you should complete the Psychology double major.

3 Years (Full-time) ATAR 80

The Psychological Science major will provide you with a scientific understanding of our psychological processes and the relationship of these processes to brain function. You’ll develop an understanding of how these psychological processes are affected by ageing, brain damage and disease. If you’re hoping to pursue further study at postgraduate level leading to professional accreditation as a psychologist, you should complete the Psychology double major.

3 Years (Full-time) ATAR 80

The Psychology double major will help you develop a scientific understanding of human thoughts and behaviours, the psychological processes underlying these and the relationship of these processes to brain function. It is a three-year undergraduate sequence in psychology, awarded accreditation by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

Psychology is a fascinating and diverse area of study that touches upon many aspects of daily life, seeking to answer questions about how and why people behave the way they do. The Psychology double major will help you develop a scientific understanding of human thoughts and behaviours, the psychological processes underlying these and the relationship of these processes to brain function. There is an emphasis on the measurement of psychological abilities, how these develop through the lifespan and on the processes that govern the relationships between people and groups in society. You’ll also develop an understanding of how psychological processes are affected by ageing, brain damage and disease.

3 Years (Full-time) ATAR 80

This course provides extensive training in the application of psychological theories and principles to workplace settings with a view to improving organisational performance and enhancing employee wellbeing.

The course offers training in the following areas: undertaking effective research in organisations; psychological assessment for enhanced personnel selection outcomes; employee training and skill development; implementing organisational change initiatives effectively; improving work design to enhance employee effectiveness, wellbeing, health and safety; applying the principles of human factors to optimise human-system interactions; team development and team work; and effective leadership behaviour.

The course also provides an opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills, under supervision, in organisational consultancy group project.

2 Years (Full-time)

Industrial and organisational psychology is a specialist area that applies psychological knowledge and skills to workplaces with the aim of improving organisational effectiveness and the quality of work life. Upon completion of this course, you will gain specialised, highly developed skills in assessment, treatment and intervention, and research, required for accreditation and registration.

The Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology is a two-year full-time psychology course that includes nine coursework units, a research project and 1000 hours of practical placement spread over three different settings.

Industrial and Organisational Psychology is a specialist area that applies psychological knowledge and skills to workplaces with the aim of improving organisational effectiveness and the quality of work life.

The specialty focuses on deriving principles of individual, group and organisational behaviour and applying this knowledge to the solution of problems at work.

The skills developed are in line with the essential core capabilities and attributes required by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and the Australian Psychological Society’s (APS) College of Organisational Psychologists for postgraduate professional courses.

This course offers training in the following areas:

  • Psychological assessment for enhanced personnel selection outcomes
  • Improving work design to enhance employee effectiveness, wellbeing and safety
  • Applying principles of human factors to optimise human-system interactions
  • Implementing organisational change initiatives effectively
  • Undertaking effective research in organisations
2 Years (Full-time)

If you’re looking to upskill in clinical psychology and you’ve completed a master’s degree or equivalent in clinical neuropsychology and are qualified with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) this bridging course allows you to do that. You’ll be eligible for endorsement as a clinical psychologist with the PsyBA and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Board (AHPRA).

1 Year (Full-time)

Can’t find the program that you’re looking for? These are just a few out of many courses available in UWA. Get in touch with AECC Global and we will assist you on your pathway to success!

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UNDERGRAD SCOREIBUK GCE A-LEVELSINGAPORE A-LEVELPOLYTECHNIC DIPLOMANUS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAVALUE PER YEAR
ATAR 98391514.53.83.9Up to AUD$15,000
ATAR 95-97.99351413.53.53.5Up to AUD$10,000
ATAR 90-94.993112123.23.0Up to AUD$8,000
ATAR 85-89.992910102.92.5Up to AUD$5,000

 

POSTGRAD SCOREVALUE PER YEARTOTAL VALUE
WAM 85+AUD$15,000Up to AUD$30,000
WAM 80-84.99AUD$10,000Up to AUD$20,000
WAM 75-79.99AUD$8,000Up to AUD$16,000
WAM 70-74.99AUD$5,000Up to AUD$10,000

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