Master of Educational Psychology/Doctor of Philosophy
- CRICOS code: 056962J
What will I study?
Over the course of your degree, you will develop advanced research skills through a focus on a number of key areas, including early childhood development, learning issues, mental health, life transitions and promoting wellbeing.
A minimum of 1000 hours of supervised placement in a professional field setting will enhance and fast-track your understanding. Placement settings include: primary and secondary schools, early learning centres, colleges, clinics, hospitals, private practice and community settings
You are also required to complete a substantial piece of original research within the field of practice of educational psychology.
- Up to 4 years full-time or 8 years part-time
- Coursework and research, comprising:
- 100 points of coursework in the first year (or equivalent for part time students)
- 150 points of further coursework throughout the final three years
- 1000 hours of supervised fieldwork
- 80,000 word PhD thesis.
For detailed course and subject information, see the University Handbook: Master of Educational Psychology/PhD.
- On campus
- Some subjects offered partially in intensive Saturday workshops
- Placement in professional field settings.
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