—Psychology at RMIT - RMIT University

—Psychology at RMIT - RMIT University

Psychology at RMIT James Collett Third Year Program Coordinator - Psychology The application of psychological principles is pervasive across fields as diverse as advertising, business, health, education, forensics, and politics, and our psychology courses are growing more and more popular each year Psychology at RMIT Four different offerings to allow students greater choice Reflects the diverse applications of

psychology All course variants accredited by Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) Core courses consistent across programs, provide grounding in: Environmental psychology

Evolutionary psychology Developmental psychology Cognitive psychology Biological Psychology Personality psychology Psychopathology The Four Psychology Options At RMIT Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) [BP154] Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) [BP112] Bachelor of Criminology and

Psychology [BP295] Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Social Science (Psychology) [BH106] Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) [BP154] Whats it about? A general purpose psychology degree that is broad in focus, with electives framed around statistics and more specific branches of psychological science Who should do it? Students who are interested in psychology and know that they are going to pursue a degree in

psychology Students with an interest in psychology but who are unsure what career they would like to move towards Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) [BP112] Whats it about? A psychology degree focused on arts and humanities, and the application of psychology at the level of social policy Who should do it? Students who are interested in understanding people within the sociocultural environment that surrounds them Students with an interesting in policy-making, and in advocacy for indigenous, cultural, and

gender/sexuality minorities Bachelor of Criminology and Psychology [BP295] Whats it about? A psychology focused on the application of psychology to forensic settings, that also provides a grounding in criminology and forensic investigation Who should do it? Students who are interested in working within the criminal justice system, in roles as diverse as rehabilitation, court assessments, trauma counselling, or law Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) / Social Science (Psychology) [BH106]

Whats it about? A double-degree (five years of study rather than three years) that confers a qualification in social work as well as in undergraduate psychology Who should do it? Students who would to take a more active role in working with clients day to day Students who want to experience work in the mental health sector Students who would like the option of becoming a social worker and/or a psychologist Careers That An Undergraduate Psychology Degree Can Lead To Organisational Consultant Data Analyst

Teaching Advertising Counsellor Laboratory Technician Clinical Psychologist Psychological Researcher Business & Entrepeneurship

Statistician PolicyMaking Drug/Alcohol Worker Consumer Technologies Case Manager Motivational Coaching Human Resources & Recruitment Youth Worker Marketing

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