Australian College of Applied Psychology
Australian College of Applied Psychology

Bachelor of Psychological Science

Bachelor Degree

Course description

Duration

duration

3 yrs

Study mode

studyMode

Multiple

Next start date

date

September

  • Gain an introduction to the applications of psychological theory with the Bachelor of Psychological Science
  • Learn about the theories and models that underpin the scientific discipline of psychology
  • Choose between on-campus study, online delivery, or a combination of both

Campus options

3 campuses available

CampusStudy modeDurationNext start date
Sydney

On-campus (full time)

On-campus (part time)

Online

3 yrs

6 yrs

-

September
Melbourne

On-campus (full time)

On-campus (part time)

Online

3 yrs

6 yrs

-

September
Brisbane

On-campus (full time)

On-campus (part time)

Online

3 yrs

6 yrs

-

September

Course details

Entry requirements
  • Minimum ATAR of 65 or equivalent, OR
  • Completion of a Certificate IV or above, OR
  • Admission to candidature for an undergraduate degree at an Australian University (or equivalent), OR
  • Be aged 21 years or over and submit a 500 word statement that satisfies the College as to your ability and aptitude to successfully undertake study of this type and level
Location
NSW, VIC, QLD, Online
Next start date
September
Duration
3 yrs
Study mode
On-campus, Online
Education institution
Australian College of Applied Psychology (RTO 0500)
Price
The course price can vary depending on a few factors. To find out more, contact the course provider.
Payment options

Course content

  • Psychology: An evidence-based approach 1
  • Introduction to psychology: The individual, society and culture
  • Introduction to psychology: Biology, learning and cognition
  • Psychology: An evidence-based approach 2
  • Perception and cognition
  • Learning and memory
  • Life span development
  • Social psychology
  • Psychology: An evidence-based approach 3
  • Psychopathology
  • Psychological measurement and assessment
  • Intercultural diversity and indigenous psychology
  • Professional issues and applications in psychology
  • Personality and individual differences
  • The history and philosophy of psychology
  • Behavioural neuroscience
  • Psychology of stress, trauma and resilience
  • Contemporary psychological issues
  • Psychology of sex and intimate relationships
  • Introduction to forensic psychology
  • Organisational psychology

What you’ll learn

You'll be trained in:

  • Biology, learning and cognition
  • The individual, society and culture
  • Learning and memory
  • Life span development
  • Social psychology
  • Psychopathology
  • Psychological measurement and assessment
  • Intercultural diversity and Indigenous psychology
  • Behavioural neuroscience

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Support and delivery

When you study with ACAP, you can:

  • Choose to study on-campus at a central city location, by online delivery, or a combination of both
  • Receive academic and personal support throughout your studies
  • Fit study around your other commitments, so you can study where and when it suits you
  • Learn from highly-skilled academics and teachers who are also practising professionals with significant industry experience

Find out more about this course


Australian College of Applied Psychology

Bachelor of Psychological Science

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