Fast facts

Course type: Graduate entry
Availability (full-time or part-time): Full-time l Part-time
Location: On campus


International students: Entry and English requirements


Overview

The Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Graduate entry) aims to provide students already holding a Bachelor degree with the core knowledge and skills furnished by an undergraduate major in psychology.

The course:

  • develops knowledge of psychological theory and research regarding the factors influencing human behaviour and experience
  • provides skills for the application of this knowledge to issues in the real world
  • prepares graduates for possible entry into an Honours program in psychology.

Students undertake a core set of studies covering such fields as learning, motivation, personality, development across the lifespan, social influences, group processes and biological influences on behaviour.

Also integral to the course is the development of critical thinking and research skills, and an understanding of the ethical responsibilities of researchers and psychology clinicians.

What will I study?

Refer to the course rule.

Entry requirements

Applicants must hold an approved degree or equivalent qualification, other than an Australian accredited degree in Psychology, from an approved tertiary institution. They must also meet the subject prerequisites for second year psychology topics by having completed one of the following:

  • Flinders topics PSYC1101 and PSYC1102
  • equivalent topics (e.g. entry level psychology topics) from another approved tertiary institution
  • qualifying topic for the Flinders University Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Graduate Entry).

Qualifying topic (QT)

The qualifying topic (QT) is designed for applicants who have not met the subject pre-requisites of the course. The QT is a web-based course that can be completed off-campus. Information is available in Qualifying topic information (DOCX 49KB) . The Qualifying topic enrolment form (DOCX 154KB)  is also available. Enrolment in the qualifying topic is possible any time.

If you are uncertain as to whether you meet the pre-requisites please contact the School of Psychology on (08) 8201 2333.

Applications

Domestic students
SATAC code: 2BG008
Mid year entry: Yes
Applications:

SATAC

International students
CRICOS code: 085908G
Mid year entry: No
Applications:

How to apply 

Annual fees

CourseDomestic studentsInternational students
Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Graduate entry)

Place type: Commonwealth supported

2017: $7,312

2017: $26,900
2018: $27,700

Note:

  • Domestic student fees are indicative only. Further information: How are these fees calculated?
  • We accept international applications for programs commencing beyond the year advertised and tuition fees for these years will be higher. Please note that your tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase.