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Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) University of Queensland - UQ

4.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Ranked #12 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Honours Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) provides comprehensive training in psychology. You'll study the fundamentals and also have opportunities to specialise in particular fields.

Build a strong foundation in psychological theory, practice and research. You'll also study topics from child development, neuroscience, learning and cognition, psychopathology, and more.

Benefit from a program that offers more than 50 undergraduate courses, which cover a diversity of sub-disciplines including developmental, social, cognitive, biological, physiological, and abnormal psychology.

Graduate with a respected honours qualification, with advanced knowledge and skills to set you apart in a competitive job market and provide a pathway to future research or learning.

Graduates meet the academic requirements for registration as a provisional psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, as well as associate membership...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) University of Queensland - UQ based on 2 reviews
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July 2018
Year completed 2012

Positives: Lectures were very engaging. Lecturers were charismatic and friendly and made it very enjoyable.

Negatives: Huge cohorts. Very theoretical. There was minimal opportunity for real world experience as a student. (Work experience). Which makes it very difficult to transfer the theoretical knowledge into demonstrabl...

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April 2018
Year completed 2021

Positives: That it relates to the real world. I can see where things that I am studying apply

Negatives: The assessment structure is often difficult. A number of subjects have been predominantly online

My advice to future students is: To read the online plan of the course and sign up to things that best suit you

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