The Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) is a one-year degree for high-achieving students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree that included an accredited three-year sequence in psychology. Students in this honours degree will:learn more about neuropsychology and personality assessment tools as well as evidence-based approaches to psychological interventions delve into professional issues and ethics as well as practical issues such as interviewing, report writing, supervision and case preparation gain experience in researching human behaviour. This includes all steps of the research process from formulating research questions and hypotheses to data collection, analysis and detailed reporting of research findings. Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) electives include advanced topics in:Applied PsychologyCognitionDevelopmental PsychologySocial PsychologyA psychological science honours degree will give you an edge in an increasingly competitive job market. The Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) will also equip you for further study at a higher degree level.
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Psychology courses at Australian Catholic University (ACU).