The Research School of Psychology offers a comprehensive suite of undergraduate and honours courses, and a thriving postgraduate program at each of Masters, and PhD levels. The clinical program is high quality and the demand for places is strong.
For success students need to understand the human mind and behaviour, know how to conduct and interpret research and be able to work together to solve problems.
An ANU psychology degree opens up a range of career pathways. Students go on to forge successful careers in a range of fields and contexts, such as research, management consulting, human resources, marketing, social marketing and public relations, public policy, child development and welfare, health and human services, education, counselling and clinical practice.
At ANU students gain a comprehensive understanding of core areas of Psychology and develop practical skills that underpin career success, such as better understanding people and how they function, communication skills, critical thinking and analytical skills.
A degree in psychology gives you the knowledge and skills to find answer to some fundamental questions about the human brain, mind and behaviour. Psychology at ANU can be studied as an individual unit, as a minor or through double degree pathways.