Master of Clinical Psychology

Master of Clinical Psychology

Master degree
24 months
Full-time
Intakes: February
International tuition: A$40,375
Domestic tuition: A$26,945

Program overview

This program offers courses that will enable you to gain comprehensive knowledge in professional and ethical practice, counselling and clinical interventions, clinical neuropsychology, health psychology, and the clinical psychology of adults, children, and people with intellectual disabilities. Key areas of study include: advanced methodology critical issues and controversies in psychology counselling and clinical intervention professional and ethical practice

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus

Requirements

Applicants require the following in order to be considered for a place in the program: Hold a four year, or three year plus a fourth year, Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited sequence in psychology, which has been completed in the last 10 years, with an upper second class Honours (2A) or above, or an overall GPA above 6.0 in the 4th year component of a non Honours program; or be a currently registered psychologist with the PsyBA who can demonstrate current compliance with Registration Board Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements; and Eligibility for provisional registration with the Psychology Board of Australia; and Satisfy the School of Psychology of their suitability for the professional practice of Clinical Psychology. When evaluating suitability, the School will take into account previous relevant experience, reports of referees, units of study previously completed, and the outcome of a selection interview. Selection criteria will also be based on applicants demonstrating a clear understanding of Clinical Psychology and the areas in which a Clinical Psychologist might work Desirable criteria include research experience additional to Honours and involvement with professional organisations (e.g APAC). IELTS 7.0 overall (min 7.0 in each subtest)

Career opportunities

The Master of Clinical Psychology will prepare graduates to professionally practice as clinical psychologists and provide a broad range of psychological services to long-term patients to treat mild to complex mental health conditions. Other career prospects may include: promoting psychological health through public policy allied health professions management teaching and supervision research program development and evaluation

Campus location

Callaghan , Australia

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