A career path (PDF 817KB) For students wanting to become a Registered Psychologist.
What do Psychologist do?
2 Minute Video that outlines what psychologists do:
Are you in Year 11 or 12 or do not have an undergraduate degree and want to study Psychology at University?
For students interested in undertaking a Bachelor of Psychological Science (HELP/Flinders) delivered at HELP University in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia):
Bachelor of Psychological Science (HELP/Flinders) - this is a joint HELP/Flinders degree
Do you have a Psychology degree or a degree with a major in Psychology and wish to undertake honours?
For students interested in undertaking a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) (HELP/Flinders) delivered at HELP University in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia):
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) (HELP/Flinders) - this is a joint HELP/Flinders degree
Do you have an honours degree in Psychology and are looking to further your study?
The School of Psychology teaching staff
Students are taught by an energetic, experienced and highly skilled group of staff, many of whom have won local and national teaching awards.
These staff include researchers of international renown in areas such as autism, body image, brain and cognition, decision making, eating disorders, forensic psychology, human ageing, sleep disorders, social justice and trauma reactions. The School houses 15 dedicated research laboratories and its staff are widely represented on the editorial boards of the world's leading psychology journals.
What makes Flinders teaching programs in Psychology special
Perhaps the most distinctive feature of Flinders undergraduate psychology training is the extremely strong emphasis placed on helping students appreciate and contribute to the applications of psychological science to the solution of real world problems.
This strong emphasis is not surprising given that its staff are incredibly active across a wide array of professional and community activities. Within the School of Psychology there are a number of training clinics in areas such as anxiety disorders, autism, child sleep disorders, children's educational assessment, eating disorders and trauma management. Staff are also heavily involved in providing specialist psychological knowledge for professional development programs for judges and lawyers, medical practitioners, practising psychologists, as well as contributing high-level advice to government at state and national levels.