University of Wollongong

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

University of Wollongong
Institution rating
3 yearsfull-time(part-time available)
Study mode
Next start date

Why study this course

The Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) will provide students with comprehensive training in the processes of human psychological functioning required for qualification as a professional psychologist. Students can combine the Psychology major with other disciplines available in the Bachelor of Arts degree. This will allow students to expand their understanding of the human experience and broaden career options. Students with an excellent academic record may apply to transfer to the four-year Bachelor of Psychology degree, which provides the academic requirement for eligibility for provisional registration by Psychology Board of Australia.

Entry requirements

Year 12 (senior secondary certificate)

Where is this course offered?

Available campuses

  • Wollongong

The course duration and available study modes can vary depending on the campus.

Visit University of Wollongong's website to find out more about your study options.

Course price

The course price can vary depending on a few factors, including:

  • Whether you are eligible for a subsidy, concession, or government loan
  • Your previous study and work experience
  • Your unit selections

Visit University of Wollongong's website to find out more about the course price for you.

What to know before you apply

To help you decide if this is the right course for you, University of Wollongong can provide you with more information about:

Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

You may be able to get credit or RPL for some units of this course based on your previous studies and work experience. This means the duration of the course may be reduced.

Visit University of Wollongong's website to find out more about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

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What are students saying?

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
University of Wollongong
(3 reviews)

Published Jul 2018
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)University of Wollongong
Graduation dateN/A
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
The mixture between exams and assignments was a good balance. The course content was relevant and interesting. They somehow even made the boring and more difficult subjects interesting and helped with the content when challenging.
Published May 2018
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)University of Wollongong
Graduation date2012
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
Very interesting course. I felt like some of the research and study areas could have done with some more contemporary research. I felt as though the Arts faculty were not very equipped to support me studying psychology as it sat outside of the faculties supports.
Published May 2018
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)University of Wollongong
Graduation date2014
Study modeOn-campus
Student review
The course was okay. It didn’t really provide me with many career options. Finding a job was difficult upon completion

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Find out more about this course

Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

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  • Course price
  • Study options available at your campus
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Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)