1. Undergraduate degree
To qualify as a psychologist, students must complete an accredited undergraduate degree and honours with a major in psychology followed by a Masters or PhD.
2. Graduate degree
The Master of Psychology and Master of Educational Psychology require applicants to have completed an APAC accredited four-year undergraduate sequence in psychology, with a fourth year Honours specialisation in psychology with a weighted average mark of at least 75% or higher. In order to be considered for entry, applicants must also:
- Be eligible for registration as a provisional psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia
- Satisfy English language requirements
- Provide a personal statement of 500 words
- Nominate three references
- Complete a selection interview
The Master of Professional Psychology also offers students who have completed a three-year undergraduate sequence in psychology a pathway to register as a General psychologist.