Coursework

Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology)

    • CRICOS Code: 009681G

    Where will this take me?

    Overview

    The Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) prepares graduates who are distinguished by their breadth and depth of psychological knowledge, research and inquiry skills, and their ability to apply these to identify and provide treatment for diseases of the central nervous system, particularly those affecting the brain, that can occur across the lifespan.  Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) graduates demonstrate:

    Academic distinction

    • Advanced psychological knowledge related to practice in clinical neuropsychology, including identification and treatment of a range of neurological and central nervous system diseases that present across the lifespan.
    • Critical, creative thinking with strong reasoning skills. They can apply psychological knowledge, information and research skills to complex problems relating to mental health and illness, human behaviour, and behavioural change.
    • Employ professional communication skills, in a culturally responsive manner, with a range of socially and culturally diverse clients.
    • They are adept lifelong learners who generate bold and novel ideas by critically evaluating alternative possibilities and viewpoints.

    Active citizenship

    • A high regard for human rights, social inclusion, ethics and the environment.
    • An awareness of the social and cultural diversity in communities and can work collaboratively with people from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds.
    • In particular, they have an understanding of and deep respect for Indigenous knowledge, culture and values.
    • They are equipped to be active, well-informed citizens who make substantial contributions to society, and have the potential to become leaders in their professions and communities.

    Integrity and self-awareness

    • Self-direction, with the ability to set goals and manage time and priorities.
    • The ability to work effectively both independently and in groups.
    • Skills in self-assessment, reflective thinking and self-awareness; placing great importance on their personal and professional integrity, and on the willingness to explore, experiment and learn from mistakes.
    • Empathy and concern for the welfare of others and have developed skills in managing their own well-being.

    Graduate pathways

    Once you've completed your undergraduate degree, you can go on to gain employment or begin a graduate degree and work towards a professional qualification such as law, engineering or medicine. Or you could join our graduate research community and contribute to our world-changing research.

    Your graduate degree will be internationally recognised, and set you apart from those who study a traditional Australian single or double degree.

    Explore the graduate pathways available once you complete your undergraduate degree here.