Bachelor of Arts - Psychology

Macquarie University

Student rating (4.15) from 110 reviews
Ranked #13 in our University Rankings

Overview

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

Everything we do in life is connected to psychology. Defined as the study of the human mind and behaviour, psychology plays a number of important roles in modern society. Having an understanding of human behaviour will give you an edge in a variety of careers, including human resources, law, education and social work.

Through this course, you'll get exposure to a wide range of fundamental psychological concepts, as well as to more specialised areas such as child psychology, neuropsychology, social and personality psychology, cognition and perception, and psychopathology.

One of our largest undergraduate programs, this course provides an excellent foundation for those who wish to pursue a career in psychology-related areas.
Our flexibility allows you to study psychology as well as other units from across the University.
Skills gained in the collection, evaluation and critical analysis of data will enhance your employment opportunities in all fields and industries.
In your third year, you'll have the opportunity to gain relevant workplace experience in a professional or community setting that's relevant to psychology.
Careers

Graduates gain employment that requires understanding and working with people, including:

Human resources or training
Marketing
Educational institutions as a...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Arts - Psychology based on 3 reviews
Rating
4.0
Job prospects
3.0
Teachers
3.67
Course work
3.67
Time worthy
4.33
Money Worthy
4.33
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