The four year Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) degree was offered for the first time in 1995. Students enrolled in this program undertake a concentrated study of the discipline of psychology including pre-professional courses at third and fourth year. The degree has proven to be very popular with prospective students and, in each year since its introduction, the score for admission into the program has been exceptionally high.
Official University figures show that the BPsych(Hons) course:
- has one of the highest demands in the University
- very high student progress rates (95% in 2006)
- very low drop-out rates (5% in 2006)
- one of the highest rates of student satisfaction, as measured by the Course Evaluation Questionnaire
Course rules and topic information
The University course information page contains course aims, topic information, course rules, and admission requirements for the Bachelor of Psychology (Hons).
Information for prospective students
The University Courses and programs site provides an overview of the course, the admission requirements for both year 12 students and non-school leavers (including most recent TER), career opportunities upon graduation, as well as contacts for further information
How to apply
Applications for admission to the Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) are processed through SATAC. SATAC code: 214321
Information about admission requirements can be obtained from the Admissions Office.
First year enrolment guide
The 2013 First Year Enrolment Guide (PDF 50KB) can be downloaded here.
A suggested 2013 Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) Course Rule and Core Study Plan rev (PDF 124KB) can be downloaded to help you plan your studies. Remember, it is just a suggestion and you should plan according to the Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) Course Rule.