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Psychology

Psychology

Become an expert in human behaviour with a Psychology degree from CSU. Whether you are in search of your first qualification, or are contemplating a career change, you’ll be hard pressed to find a field that is more diverse or intriguing than Psychology. You’ll discover what makes people ‘tick’ and learn the ins and outs of human behaviour including how we think, feel and behave.

Through your studies, you’ll also develop advanced communication, problem solving and critical thinking skills which are all highly regarded in a variety of industries. You can tailor your education to focus on areas that appeal to your interests. Specialty areas within clinical psychology include child mental health, adult mental health, learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, substance abuse and health psychology.

At the undergraduate level, you can combine business and social science degrees to set yourself apart from the crowd and help your resume stand out. 

If you are already working in the field you may be wishing to build upon your current skill set and advance your career. Postgraduate study will complement your professional and career development, with many careers enhanced by a greater knowledge of psychological principles. Research and data analysis skills are highly valued in the workplace and are cornerstones of CSU’s postgraduate psychology study.

Psychology students have access to CSU's Test Library at Bathurst Campus where you can access psychology tests, equipment and other reference material, books, journals, videos, DVDs and education and testing materials.

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Career opportunities 

Career opportunities may include case management, career counsellor, rehabilitation specialist and psychiatric technician. Some important skills for those working in this area include the ability to assess client needs, keep thorough and accurate records, express care and empathy, and to act as an advocate for your client.

As a graduate from CSU, you could work in a variety of roles, including:

  • rehabilitation counsellor
  • social service manager
  • parole officer
  • vocational rehabilitation provider
  • psychosocial specialist
  • case management
  • social services
  • marketing and management 

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