Think about what you study. Study what you think.
Are you fascinated by how people think? Psychology is the study of human behaviour and experience. It considers how we learn and develop during our lives, our relationships with other people, individual differences such as personality and self-esteem, thinking processes, the role of biological factors in how we behave, and the causes and treatment of psychological problems. Draw on the real-world experience of our staff, who consult for judges and lawyers, medical practitioners, psychologists and government at state and national levels. Psychology is always diverse and interesting, and can lead to many different career paths.
Flinders University and the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work (CEPSW) strongly support the right of all people to pursue an undergraduate psychology course.
Inherent requirements are the essential components of a course or unit that demonstrate the abilities, knowledge and skills to achieve the core learning outcomes of the course or unit, while preserving the academic integrity of the University's learning, assessment and accreditation processes. The inherent requirements are the abilities, knowledge and skills needed to complete the course that must be met by all students.
A major in Psychology is made up of 49.5 units, including:
Kickstart your career or future in research with one extra year.
By adding just one year full-time to your undergraduate degree, you can graduate with Honours. Enhance your career prospects, delve deeper into knowledge or launch yourself into the world of research.
Studying Psychology could lead you to health, counselling, social policy and welfare, human resources, and market research.
Potential occupations include:
Potential employers include:
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