Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)

Charles Sturt University - CSU

Student rating (4.11) from 34 reviews

Overview

Bachelor Degree
Wagga Wagga
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

CSU's three-year Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may be used as a pathway to the Bachelor of Psychology, or you can graduate ready to work in one of the many fields where psychological knowledge is highly valued.

Personalised, flexible learning
Benefit from CSU's small classes, personalised learning and dedicated lecturers who are leaders in the field. Choose the study mode that suits you – study online or on campus at Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. Subject to approval, you may receive credit for prior study and graduate sooner. When you study with CSU you may also apply to complete some subjects at an international university.

Gain a solid foundation
When you study a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) at CSU you will gain well-developed knowledge in cognition, developmental and social psychology, psychological testing, biopsychology, psychopathology, personality, learning theory and research methodology.

Follow your interests
A broad choice of electives is available, including units on substance abuse, stress and trauma, justice studies, Indigenous studies, human resource management, philosophy, and the psychology of crime and the legal system.
Careers

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) based on 2 reviews
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Teachers
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Time worthy
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