1 year full-time or equivalent part-time.
Course available at
EFTSL value of units : All 10 cp units in this course have an EFTSL value of 0.125. Units with a cp value of a multiple of 10 have corresponding EFTSL values.
An applicant must also comply with the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.
To be eligible to apply for admission to the Honours degree course, a student must have completed, within the last five years, a Bachelor degree including
- an accredited three year sequence in Psychology;
- with a GPA of at least 5.50 on the ACU seven point scale; and
- distinction level or above in a total of at least four (4) of the second or third year Psychology units.
International applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements as defined in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.
Disclamer :The Course entry requirements above are for 2021 Admission.
To qualify for the Honours degree a student must complete 80 cp from the Schedule of Unit Offerings, consisting of:
- 30 cp from Specified Units (Part A);
- 40 cp from Thesis Units (Part B);
- 10 cp from Elective Units (Part C).
Students are required to follow the pattern of unit enrolment set out in the relevant Course Enrolment Guide, unless otherwise approved by the Course Coordinator. In all aspects of progress through the course, students will be advised by the Course Coordinator.
Schedule of unit offerings
Part A : Specified Units
Complete exactly 30 credit points from the following:
|PSYC429||Assessment in Psychological Practice: Foundation Skills and Professional Issues||10|
|PSYC430||Psychological Interventions: Theory, Foundational Strategies and Professional Issues||10|
Part B : Thesis Units
Complete exactly 40 credit points from the following:
|PSYC410||Honours Thesis A||20|
|PSYC421||Honours Thesis B||20|
Part C : Electives
Complete exactly 10 credit points from the following:
|PSYC425||Advanced Topics in Applied Psychology||10|
|PSYC426||Advanced Topics in Cognition||10|
|PSYC427||Advanced Topics in Psychology||10|
|PSYC428||Advanced Topics in Social Psychology||10|