A research degree allows you to work at the forefront of your field and address the challenges facing Australia and the world.

Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

A single three year undergraduate award offered by the ANU College of Health and Medicine

Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

3 Years 144 Units BSPSY

Study plan and program details

What makes the human brain tick?

Find out with the Bachelor of Science (Psychology), which provides you with a great base in the key areas of psychology: developmental, social, personality, health and mental health, research methods, cognition and the biological bases of behaviour.

In your later year courses, you’ll apply this knowledge and your skills in more specialised areas such as neuroscience, counselling, health, mental health and organisational (business) psychology.

Once you’ve completed your third year, you can apply to undertake an Honours year and pursue further postgraduate study. This will allow you to practice as a psychologist or clinical psychologist.

Find out more about psychology, the degree structure, the university experience, career opportunities and student stories on our website.

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