This unique degree will provide you with the core knowledge of psychological theory and research regarding the factors influencing human behaviour and experience, and will provide skills for the application of this knowledge to issues in the real world.

You will also be provided with all aspects of human resource management including the skills and knowledge to pursue a specialist career in this area.

This combined degree meets the accreditation requirements of both the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) and the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

What you will study

The Bachelor of Psychological Science component of the course comprises psychology topics which cover fields such as learning, emotions, mental health, cognitive processes, personality, development across the lifespan, social influences, group processes and biological influences on behaviour.

The Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) component of the course comprises business topics which cover fields such as human resource management, organisational behaviour, training and development, labour law, HR planning, recruitment and selection, reward and performance management, international HRM, employee relations, occupational health and safety, managing diversity, human resources strategy and change management.

Why study Bachelor Psychological Science/Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)?

Graduates will have career opportunities in two discipline areas of psychology and human resource management including areas of interdisciplinary overlap.

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Information for prospective students

How to apply?

Applications for admissions to the Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) at Flinders will be processed via the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC), SATAC code: 224941

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Further information about admission requirements can be obtained by submitting an AskFlinders request.