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1 DEGREES Psychology 2013 swinburne.edu.au 1

2 STUDY AREAS Psychology Psychology and forensic science Psychology and psychophysiology Psychology and sport science Psychophysiology VTAC fee-type codes CSP: Commonwealth supported place FTDP: Fee type determined by provider IFP: International fee place VGF: VET government-funded place Visit to find your fee-type eligibility. 2

3 Choose a career that makes a difference If being able to understand and explain human behaviour and relationships interests you, a course in psychology could be the right choice. Psychology graduates are sought by a wide range of organisations, and not just in clinical and counselling roles. A degree in psychology could help you work in areas such as human resources, marketing, journalism or policy development. There are many options for further study in specialist areas of professional psychology, depending on your particular interest. You can choose from counselling, health, clinical, organisational and sports psychology. Learning in industry Your degree can take you beyond the classroom to engage with industry and better prepare you for your career. Swinburne s Industry-Based Learning (IBL) program gives you practical experience during a six- or 12-month paid work placement. Your degree in psychology and psychophysiology could lead to an IBL placement at the Royal Children s Hospital helping to perform respiratory function tests or at St Vincent s Hospital performing EEGs and other neurological diagnostic tests. Capstone Projects engage students from across multiple disciplines and expose you to the kinds of collaborative environment you might experience in the workplace. You could contribute to an industry or community project, competition submission, research-based project or internally developed project. You may enjoy a career in psychology if you re interested in: understanding what motivates people improving your community social groups and interactions A Swinburne psychology course may lead to jobs such as: careers adviser childcare worker community worker counsellor criminologist forensic psychologist occupational health and safety officer the human mind human behaviour researching ideas and theories. psychologist rehabilitation counsellor social worker sport psychologist teacher youth worker. 3

4 Degrees Swinburne s personalised approach to learning puts you at the heart of everything we do. Our degrees give you the skills you need not just the theory so you ll have first-hand knowledge of what s needed when you start work. Our Professional Learning Model lets you learn by doing and prepares you for professional life after university. We give you strong career skills, up-to-date knowledge of your chosen profession and as much exposure to real work environments as possible while you study for your degree. Flexible course structure Our flexible course structure allows you to add depth and breadth to your degree, by letting you choose from an extensive range of subjects from different disciplines. Majors Most three-year degrees at Swinburne comprise 24 units of study. You undertake most of these units in your primary area of study, which becomes your major. Your major allows you to deepen your knowledge in a particular area. The number of units in a major may vary between courses. Elective units The remaining units that make up your degree are called elective units, which you can use to explore related or non-related areas of interest. Depending on your course structure and timetable availability, you may be able to use these units to complete a double major, a major and a minor, or a major with two minors. Note: Some four-year degrees may not offer the same flexibility. Minors A minor is a set of units (shorter than a major) studied throughout a degree. The number of subjects in a minor may vary between courses. Studying a minor will allow you to expand your career options by adding another area of expertise. You can also add depth to your qualification by studying units related to your major. Honours Many degrees at Swinburne offer an additional specialised honours (fourth) year. An honours year is intended to provide students who possess demonstrated academic ability with the opportunity to pursue their undergraduate studies at an advanced level. This allows you to deepen your understanding in your major field and develop your research skills. The honours course is a recognised point of entry into postgraduate research studies. Honours students are required to complete a substantial original piece of research for their thesis, developing their ability to conceptualise problems, devise research strategies and carry out individual research work under the supervision of a staff member with expertise in the area. Online degrees Swinburne Online offers accredited undergraduate programs in an online learning environment. The degrees are designed to meet the educational needs of people with commitments that keep them from studying on campus at university. Commonwealth supported places are available for Swinburne Online degrees. All of our courses have been designed specifically for online delivery and support. Learning content is provided through a combination of online readings and group learning exercises. The length of time required to complete a degree depends on the number of units undertaken in each teaching period. Degrees can be completed in as little as two years, with a maximum duration of 10 years. Currently, Swinburne Online offers degrees in business, marketing, communications, psychology, information systems and public relations. Visit Summer and Winter terms Swinburne s Summer and Winter terms give you the flexibility to spread out your study load to fit around your work and life commitments, or finish your course sooner. These six-week teaching periods also give you the opportunity to*: add breadth or depth to your degree by completing a minor undertake single units of study to explore areas of interest take a study tour to Kuching, Malaysia, home to Swinburne s Sarawak campus. Visit *Some of these options may not be available for all programs. 4

5 Industry Engaged Learning Swinburne offers a number of programs that extend beyond what you learn in the classroom and prepare you for your career. Industry Engaged Learning programs allow you to engage directly with industry, giving you an understanding of the broader work environment, the confidence to explore the most appropriate way of communicating and the capacity to observe interpersonal dynamics. Industry-Based Learning Swinburne s Industry-Based Learning (IBL) program gives you practical experience during your undergraduate degree. IBL is a six- or 12-month paid work placement in the industry in which you re interested in pursuing a career. IBL gives you a distinct advantage over other graduates. Combining tertiary qualifications with practical experience can better prepare you for the opportunities and challenges of professional life, and allow you to develop practical skills and an understanding of how your chosen industry works. During your placement you will have the support of mentors and the opportunity to build contacts in your industry. Employers value the knowledge and insight gained through vocational experience, and may offer you more opportunities and responsibility as a result. IBL can also be a gateway to future employment. Many participants return to work full-time for their IBL employer. Note: IBL is not available to international students due to student visa conditions. Capstone Projects Capstone Projects are professionally focused, practical team projects normally completed in your final year of study. Projects may be externally sourced industry or community projects, competitions, research-based projects or internally developed projects. Capstone Projects give you a chance to identify your strengths and develop skills in project management, teamwork and working with stakeholders. Capstone Projects engage students from across multiple disciplines and expose you to the kinds of collaborative environments you might experience in the workplace. The diverse nature of these projects make every experience unique you could make valuable industry contacts, connect with an exciting community project or develop an industry solution that kickstarts your career. Visit Internships Internships help you gain professional and practical skills in your chosen industry. You will be placed with an employer to work on a research project or undertake work experience under the guidance of industry and academic supervision. Internships are usually for two or three days a week throughout the semester and you will also attend weekly seminars during that time. Internships are unpaid and are equivalent to a unit of study, which means that you earn credit towards your degree. Internships programs form part of a number of degrees, including studies in arts, engineering, media and communications, psychology and social science. Careers in the Curriculum Careers in the Curriculum helps you develop your career-planning skills. This is a free but compulsory unit for all students enrolled in an undergraduate degree at Swinburne. You will develop a personal study and career plan, and explore available job options. You will also gain invaluable practical advice and learn how to: analyse your employability skills and training needs write a winning résumé and cover letter enhance your online applications and job search develop your interview skills network with industry contacts understand employer expectations. A number of delivery modes are available, so you can fit it into your degree when it best suits you. Visit 5

6 Campus life Our campus at Hawthorn offers a lively and inclusive community. A range of facilities and services are provided to support and help you balance the demands of study with your other interests, giving you opportunities to meet like-minded people and have fun along the way so you can get the most out of your study experience. Many of these facilities and services are funded in part by the annual student amenities fee. Visit to find out about the places students love on and around our Hawthorn campus. Clubs and societies Swinburne clubs and societies are active on every campus. Covering every social, religious, sporting, regional, political and cultural interest you can think of, there s bound to be something for you. And if not, you can always start your own! Events and activities Each campus has a packed calendar of events and cultural activities from free barbecues and lunchtime gigs to themed parties, balls and getaways allowing you to create a balance between study and life while on campus. Wireless networking Wireless network access at Swinburne means that you can turn on your laptop or mobile phone at any time, anywhere within the coverage areas, and have access to the internet and university network. Computer labs Swinburne offers a number of PC labs to assist you in completing your assignments. The Hawthorn campus library provides a Late Lab, which offers 24-hour, seven-day-a-week access. Libraries As a Swinburne student you will have access to the extensive collection of resource material in any of our campus libraries. Resources available for student use include books, journals and electronic resources. The libraries also have workstations, computers, printers, scanners and photocopiers for student use. Careers and employment Swinburne s experienced careers advisers offer free advice on graduate recruitment programs, apprenticeships, traineeships, jobs at Swinburne and elsewhere, and how to start your own business. Swinburne also offers free résumé-checking services, interview practice sessions, and career seminars and workshops. Sport and recreation The Hawthorn campus offers gym facilities and personal training (at student-friendly rates). Hawthorn also has several sporting clubs for students to join. The George The George building at the Hawthorn campus, named after university founder George Swinburne, is a seven-storey student services building that features study areas, a games room, and careers, employment and health services. It s a great place to catch up on your reading or meet friends between classes. Housing and residential services Swinburne s housing advisers provide information and advice to students looking for affordable and secure accommodation, whether on or off campus. Disability support services Swinburne is committed to increasing and enhancing educational opportunities for people with disabilities. Disability Liaison Officers are available on each campus. They can assist with adaptive technologies, campus parking and access, alternative assessment arrangements and study support, and will formulate an appropriate support strategy with each student individually. Visit Childcare facilities The childcare centre at the Hawthorn campus operates Monday to Friday; fees apply. Counselling Swinburne students can access free counselling for any study, work, personal or relationship issues they are experiencing. Financial advice Each of our campuses employs a financial adviser to assist students free of charge with managing budgets, student loans and other financial issues. Legal advice Swinburne provides free and confidential legal advice to students. The service encourages and supports students in solving their own legal and related problems. Health services Friendly and accessible health services are available at the Hawthorn campus, including free appointments with registered nurses and bulk-billed appointments with doctors. 6

7 Course information Psychology Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), online Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: Hawthorn, Arts: (CSP), (IFP) Hawthorn, Social Science: (CSP), (IFP) Hawthorn, Social Science (ex-lilydale): (CSP), (IFP) Online, Social Science: 34981(CSP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: Hawthorn, Arts: Hawthorn, Social Science: Hawthorn, Social Science (ex-lilydale): Online, Social Science: New Studying psychology provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand and explain human behaviour and relationships. Students complete a variety of research projects and develop skills in project management, research design and report writing. Students may graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science, depending on their career aspirations. Students enrolled online graduate with a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). Major study areas Students undertake a major in psychology and combine it with other studies to add depth to their degree. Areas of study include: abnormal psychology cognitive psychology developmental psychology psychological assessment psychology of personality research methods social psychology sociology statistics. Double degree opportunities Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Social Science (see the Business, Management and Commerce brochure) Bachelor of Communication/Bachelor of Social Science (see the Media and Communications brochure) Career opportunities Psychology graduates are highly sought in a range of human services positions, including roles in community and mental health, human resource management, policy development, research, welfare, journalism, marketing and advertising. This course provides the first step to becoming a professional psychologist. Graduates may apply to undertake a fourth year in psychology with further study in specialist areas of professional psychology such as clinical, counselling, health, organisational and sports psychology. Professional recognition The three-year on-campus undergraduate major in psychology is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Swinburne also offers an APAC-accredited honours (fourth) year in psychology. Bachelor of Science (Psychology) Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English, and a study score of at least 20 in Mathematics (any) Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: (CSP), (IFP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: Studying psychology provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand and explain human behaviour and relationships. The psychology major provides specialised study in developmental psychology, cognition, social psychology, personality, design and measurement, psychological measurement and abnormal psychology. Students complete a variety of research projects and develop skills in project management, research design and report writing. Major study areas Abnormal psychology Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Cognitive and developmental psychology Personality and social psychology Physiology Psychological assessment Research methods and statistics Career opportunities Psychology graduates are highly sought in a range of human services positions, including roles in community and mental health, human resource management, policy development, research, welfare, journalism, marketing and advertising. This course provides the first step to becoming a professional psychologist. Graduates may apply to undertake a fourth year in psychology with further study in specialist areas of professional psychology such as clinical, counselling, health, organisational and sports psychology. Professional recognition The three-year undergraduate major in psychology is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Swinburne also offers an APACaccredited honours (fourth) year in psychology. 7

8 Course information Psychology and forensic science Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Forensic Science) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology and Forensic Science) Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: Arts: (CSP), (IFP) Social Science: (CSP), (IFP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: Arts: Social Science: Studying psychology provides students with the knowledge and skills to understand and explain human behaviour and relationships. This degree provides students with specialist knowledge about the application of psychology to aspects of the law, the justice system and forensic science, as well as statistical skills relevant to forensic issues. Major study in forensic psychology is based on an understanding of developmental psychology, cognition and neuroscience, social psychology, personality, psychological assessment and abnormal psychology. Students complete a variety of research projects, specialist units in research design and project units related to forensic psychology. Students may graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science, depending on their career aspirations. Major study areas 8 Abnormal, cognitive and developmental psychology Forensic science Psychological assessment Psychology of personality Research methods Social psychology Statistics Career opportunities Psychology graduates are highly sought in a range of human services positions, including roles in community and mental health, human resource management, policy development, research, welfare, journalism, marketing and advertising. This course will be an advantage for those wanting to work within the justice system. It also provides the first step to becoming a professional psychologist. Students can complete a fourth year in psychology and obtain postgraduate qualifications to become forensic psychologists or work in other relevant specialties such as clinical or counselling psychology, neuropsychology, and organisational or sport psychology. Professional recognition The three-year undergraduate major in psychology is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Swinburne also offers an APACaccredited honours (fourth) year in psychology. Psychology and psychophysiology Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Psychophysiology) Bachelor of Science (Psychology and Psychophysiology) Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English, and a study score of at least 20 in Mathematics (any) Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: Arts: (CSP), (IFP) Science: (CSP), (IFP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: Arts: Science: This course is unique to Swinburne and offers students an undergraduate degree with major studies in psychology and psychophysiology, encompassing the fields of psychology and cognitive and behavioural neurosciences. The psychology major provides a broad introduction to a range of relevant studies, including cognition, developmental psychology, social psychology, personality, design and measurement, psychological measurement and abnormal psychology. The psychophysiology units provide an understanding of physiological processes relevant to the study of psychology and address neuroanatomy; neurophysiology; physiological responses to sleep, dreaming, memory and cognition; and brain disorders. Psychophysiology also looks at the use of biological recording technology relevant to the study of cognition and behaviour. Students may graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science, depending on their career aspirations. Major study areas Abnormal psychology Cognition and human performance Developmental and social psychology Higher cortical function Neurophysiology Perception and motor systems Psychology of personality Sleep and attention Career opportunities Swinburne psychology and psychophysiology students are regarded very highly for their unique range of skills. Graduates of this course have been employed in neurophysiological areas of hospitals; research areas of universities; research institutes in the private and public sectors; community health services and clinics; and areas associated with sports psychology, ergonomics, psychophysiology and clinical psychology. Professional recognition The three-year undergraduate major in psychology is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Swinburne also offers an APACaccredited honours (fourth) year in psychology and psychophysiology. Psychology and sport science Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sport Science) Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology and Sport Science) Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: Arts: (CSP), (IFP) Social Science: (CSP), (IFP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: (both) This course provides students with an understanding of the application of psychology to sport. Students learn about the influence of psychological factors on involvement and performance in a sports setting, the use of statistical techniques to evaluate sports performance and predictions, the interaction between sport and social relationships, and the psychological factors that influence group and individual sport and exercise. The psychology major offers specialised study in developmental psychology, cognition, psychological measurement, personality and abnormal psychology. Students complete a variety of research projects and specialist units in research design. Students may graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Science, depending on their career aspirations. Major study areas Abnormal cognitive and developmental psychology Psychological assessment Psychology of personality Research methods Social psychology Sociology of sport Sports psychology Sports statistics Statistics Career opportunities Psychology graduates are highly sought in a range of human services positions, including roles in community and mental health, human resource management, policy development, research, welfare, journalism, marketing and advertising. This course may be an advantage for those wanting to work in the sports industry. It also provides the first step to becoming a professional psychologist. Students can complete a fourth year in psychology and obtain postgraduate qualifications to become a sport psychologist or work in other relevant specialties such as clinical or counselling psychology, neuropsychology, and organisational or forensic psychology. Professional recognition The three-year undergraduate major in psychology is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). Swinburne also offers an APACaccredited honours (fourth) year in psychology.

9 My Industry-Based Learning year at the Royal Children s Hospital gave me the opportunity to gain practical experience in the healthcare sector. I developed a vast knowledge of respiratory diseases and also gained a good rapport with patients and fellow staff members during my time at the hospital. With this experience, my career aspirations are now a lot more defined. Mark Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Psychophysiology) 9

10 Psychophysiology Bachelor of Arts (Psychophysiology) new Duration: Three years full-time or equivalent part-time VCE Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English, and a study score of at least 20 in Mathematics (any) Application: Direct (all intakes) or VTAC (Semester 1) VTAC code: (CSP), (IFP) 2012 Round 1 Clearly-in ATAR: New Psychophysiology provides an understanding of the relationship between physiological and psychological processes. In this course students learn about neuroanatomy; physiological responses to sleep, dreaming, memory and cognition; and brain disorders. The course also looks at the use of biological recording technology relevant to the study of cognition and behaviour. Major study areas Abnormal psychophysiology Cognition and human performance Higher cortical function Neurophysiology Perception and motor systems Sleep and attention Career opportunities Graduates may find employment in neurophysiological areas of hospitals, research areas of universities, research institutes in the private and public sectors, community health services and clinics, and areas associated with ergonomics and psychophysiology. Scholarships Dean s Scholarship Faculty of Life and Social Sciences See relevant course entries for specific duration and prerequisite information. Application: Direct or VTAC (Semester 1 only) VTAC code: (CSP) Minimum ATAR: In this program, students may select a single bachelor degree in arts or social science offered at the Hawthorn campus. Recipients receive a waiver from student contribution amount payments for the duration of their course (subject to academic performance and other scholarship conditions). Visit Vice-Chancellor s Arts and Social Sciences Scholarship See relevant course entries for specific duration and prerequisite information. Application: Direct or VTAC (Semester 1 only); students must also submit a supplementary application form VTAC code: (CSP) Minimum ATAR: In this program, students may select a single or double degree in the arts and social sciences area. Recipients receive a waiver from student contribution amount payments for the duration of their course (subject to academic performance and other scholarship conditions). Visit for a full list of all scholarships available. 10

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12 KEY DATES Throughout 2012 One-on-one course adviser appointments 12 September 2012 Parents Information Evening 19 December 2012 Change of Preference Expo FURTHER INFORMATION swinburne.edu.au/future swinburne.edu.au/facebook swinburne.edu.au/twitter swinburne.edu.au/youtube CAMPUSES Hawthorn campus John Street, Hawthorn Prahran campus 144 High Street, Prahran Melbourne CBD campus 196 Flinders St, Melbourne Croydon campus Norton Road, Croydon Wantirna campus 369 Stud Road, Wantirna Sarawak campus Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia CRICOS Provider Code: 00111D The information contained in this course guide was correct at the time of publication, August The university reserves the right to alter or amend the material contained in this guide. The information in this guide does not apply to international students. For information about courses for international students please go to Production information: Printed with vegetable-based inks on paper manufactured under the ISO14001 environmental management systems standard.

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