Master of Educational Psychology

    • CRICOS Code: 009699J

    What will I study?


    Throughout the degree, you will focus on early childhood development, learning issues, mental health, life transitions and promoting wellbeing across the lifespan. You will develop expertise based on a student-centred reflective learning curriculum through programs that are highly relevant to schools and educational policy and practice.


    Placements occur in a range of settings, including primary and secondary schools, early learning centres, colleges, clinics, hospitals, private practice and community settings.

    Course details

    • 200 points of coursework, comprising:
      • 9 core subjects
      • 1000 hours of supervised fieldwork
      • a 10,000 word research project.

    For detailed course and subject information, see the University Handbook: Master of Educational Psychology.

    Delivery mode

    • On campus with some subjects offered partially in intensive Saturday workshops.
    • Students also complete 1000 hours of supervised placement in professional field settings.


    Semester 1 (Feb)

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