The Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) prepares you for postgraduate study, leading to a career in clinical practice or academic research. As a psychologist, your options for specialisation are diverse and include clinical, organisational, health, community, counselling and educational/developmental psychology.
Psychological science is an exciting career option with employment opportunities in the private and public sector as well as in universities. Psychological science can involve designing interventions to solve human problems and researching how people function in different environments.
Psychology is also an excellent preparation for broader graduate employment. Psychology graduates gain analytical, quantitative, report writing and communication skills that are focused on the issues and problems confronting human beings.
1 - QS World University Rankings 2017