At ANU, we are making breakthroughs in mental health prevention and treatment, from understanding how children and youth can build stronger and happier futures, to breaking down stigma so that those affected can live more fulfilling lives.
This program is currently under review and is not available for admission. The Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) degree is a three-year (full-time) program of coursework, clinical placements (1500 hours) and a research thesis (approx. 30,000 words).
Students who successfully complete one year of the Master of Professional Psychology and then decide not to continue with the program, are able to graduate with a Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology.
What makes the human brain tick? Find out with the Bachelor of Science (Psychology), which provides you with a great base in six different areas of psychology: developmental, social, personality, methods, cognition and biological.
Decode the puzzle of the human brain with the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). This degree will allow you to explore both the research and applied components of psychology, with the opportunity to specialise in an area of interest when completing Honours in your fourth year.
Improve the health of future populations with the globally-focussed ANU Master of Public Health. Through innovative and applied education, you'll gain an understanding of contemporary public health issues, and learn practical techniques for analysing public health problems.