|Program of Study||Credit Points|
|Prescribed Units for this Minor, Major or Extended Major |
Minor - complete 18 to 24 credit points from the following units:
Major or Extended Major - complete the following units:
18-24 cps or
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Unit cps|
|PSYC101||Introductory Psychology I||6|
|PSYC102||Introductory Psychology II||6|
|PSYC202||Research Methods and Statistics||6|
|PSYC213||Lifespan Developmental Psychology||6|
|PSYC372||Advanced Research Methods and Statistics||6|
|Listed Units for this Minor, Major or Extended Major |
Minor - complete 0 to 6 credit points from the following units:
Major - complete 6 credit points from the following units:
Extended Major - complete 18 credit points from the following units:
0-6 cps or
|PSYC307||Motivation and Emotion||6|
|PSYC308||Sport and Exercise Psychology||6|
|PSYC309||Cognitive Affective and Social Neuroscience||6|
|PSYC315||Environmental Psychology: How to Tame an Ecological Serial Killer||6|
|PSYC316||Psychology of Perception||6|
|PSYC399||Special Topics in Psychological Research||6|
|Course Requirements||72 or 84 or 120 cps|
|To achieve an overall total of 144 credit points candidates must complete: |
If candidates have completed a Minor - a further 120 credit points comprising 12 credit points of Core Units; and a Major of 48 credit points; and Elective Units of 48-60 credit points.
If candidates have completed a Major - a further 84 credit points comprising 12 credit points of Core Units; and a Minor of 24 credit points; and Elective Units of 48 credit points.
If candidates have completed an Extended Major - a further 72 credit points comprising 12 credit points of Core Units; and Elective Units of 60 credit points.
Elective Units can be selected from any unit offered by the University subject to candidates meeting overall course requirements and prerequisite and timetabling requirements for individual units.
|Note for students contemplating studying Honours in Psychology: |
The entry requirements for the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Psychology is a GPA of 5.0 (Credit) in all units completed in a Bachelor of Arts. In addition, a candidate for Psychology honours in the Bachelor of Arts with Honours degree must have successfully completed an accredited major in Psychology within the past 10 years and have completed the following units (or equivalent) at a minimum GPA of 5.0: (a) PSYC202 at a Credit grade or better; at least 18 additional credit points of PSYC units at 200-level, of which 12 credit points must be at Credit grade or better; and (b) PSYC302 or PSYC372 plus at least 18 credit points of PSYC units at 300-level. Of these 24 credit points, at least 18 credit points must be at Distinction grade or better and 6 credit points must be at Credit grade or better.
Note that satisfaction of these requirements does not guarantee a place in the program. The School of Psychology imposes a quota on Psychology Honours enrolments. The closing date for all applications to enter honours in Psychology is 31 October in the year prior to that in which enrolment is sought.