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Psychology at Bond

Bond University offers undergraduate, fourth year and postgraduate study options in Psychology. Students who undertake their education in Psychology at Bond can pursue a sequence of study that leads to full registration as a psychologist, and qualifications up to doctoral level.

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Learn more about the School of Psychology and explore specific Psychology degree offerings below

The Bachelor of Social Science allows students to undertake two majors or a double major in complementary cognate discipline areas: Psychology, Behaviour Management, Counselling, and Criminology. The multi-disciplinary approach equips graduates with a broad foundation of knowledge applicable to a number of career paths. Students in the Bachelor of Social Science have the opportunity to partake in for-credit internships or work experience. Bond’s dedicated Career Development Centre can assist students in finding an internship and work experience, allowing them to further develop their skill set. Students will also be able to find mentors that are interested in and influential to their career ambitions.

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This degree is accredited as the equivalent of a 3-year undergraduate sequence of study in psychology in Australia. Our trimester academic calendar accelerates the timeframe to complete this program such that it can be completed in just two years of full-time university study.

The program provides students with a sound education in the scientific foundations of the discipline and an introduction to applied practice. It's designed to prepare graduates for entry into the fourth year and to pursue advanced studies in a wide range of topics.

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These accredited Fourth-Year programs can be completed in just two semesters (approximately 8 months) of full-time study.

Successful completion of one of these programs satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist in Australia. Full registration as a psychologist requires an additional two years of supervised practice, either through the supervised practice program administered through the Psychology Board of Australia or the completion of an accredited Master’s program.

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These accredited Fourth-Year programs can be completed in just two semesters (approximately 8 months) of full-time study.

Successful completion of one of these programs satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist in Australia. Full registration as a psychologist requires an additional two years of supervised practice, either through the supervised practice program administered through the Psychology Board of Australia or the completion of an accredited Master’s program.

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These accredited postgraduate study options lead to full registration as a Psychologist. 

These programs are designed for graduates to follow careers in clinical psychology, and meet the educational requirements necessary to use the title “Psychologist.” In addition to being eligible to apply for full registration as a psychologist, graduates are eligible to apply for full membership of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Associate Membership of the corresponding APS Specialist College.

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