This degree will prepare you for a career as a clinical psychologist. You will learn how to make decisions with regard to psychological assessments, case conceptualisations, interventions, research methodologies, organisational and systemic issues in mental health program development, and ethical professional practice.
English Language Requirements
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Requirements for Clinical Psychology
- Admission to all postgraduate clinical psychology programs is restricted to students who are registered psychologists or who are eligible for probationary registration with the Psychology Board of AustraliaTo qualify for admission, applicants must have completed a program in psychology extending over four years and accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Preference may be given to people having completed an Honours degree in psychology awarded at the level of a First or Second Class Division A. It is a requirement that students will have completed undergraduate programs relevant to clinical and health psychology.
Work Experience for Clinical Psychology
No work experience is required.