Are you a high achieving psychology student, wanting to distinguish yourself from other graduates and pursue a rewarding career as a clinical psychologist or in other professions? If yes, then the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) could be the next step for you. The honours program is the most common critical stepping stone towards becoming a registered clinical psychologist. However, this course also opens the doors to an exciting range of valuable specialised graduate and postgraduate studies as well as to higher research degrees such as a PhD. The Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) is a one year course that is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and recognised by the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Upon successful completion, you will be eligible for provisional registration as a psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia. You could then become eligible for general registration as a psychologist with at least two years of supervised practice. This honours program gives you an opportunity to acquire expertise and skills that are highly valued by employers in human-centred professions. The honours will enable you to develop an in-depth understanding of psychological theories and practice. You will also have the opportunity to design, conduct, interpret and communicate research. The expertise and skills that you can gain in the honours program will assist to better understand yourself, grow and enhance your well-being, create healthier and more empowering relationships, adapt to changes in your personal and professional environments, and empower other people. The knowledge and skills you can acquire in the honours program are designed to prepare you for careers in a wide range of areas in private and government organisations.