Study Psychology with ACAP
Are you fascinated by human behaviour and thought? Do you want to know more about how and why people think the way they do? Then study psychology with ACAP and find out.
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour. The knowledge base of psychology is developed through creating and testing theories about what determines how people think, feel and behave at an individual, group, organisational and community level.
ACAP provides the full six year sequence of courses to become a qualified psychologist, from Bachelor through to Master level. Our teaching staff has extensive teaching experience in psychology and their research interests span the specialities of psychology. ACAP was the first non-university higher education provider to have its curriculum, staff, and resources recognised by the Australian Psychological Accreditation Council (APAC). This provides graduates of these courses with certainty that these course qualifications meet the training standards of APAC.
To find out more, check out our ACAP course guide.
Established over 30 years ago, the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is a leader in applied psychology education. ACAP offers specialist courses in counselling, psychology, coaching and case management and has over 5,000 students studying on-campus or by online delivery.
We are a registered higher education provider (HEP) and a nationally registered training organisation (RTO). Our Psychology degrees have accreditation by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and our higher education counselling degrees are accredited without conditions by the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Find out more.
Psychology graduates build careers in areas where knowledge of psychology and well‑developed research and writing skills are valued, such as health and social welfare, social policy and research, market research, human services, disability and ageing, mental health services, juvenile justice, immigration and refugee support services. Some graduates continue their study in psychology with the aim of becoming registered psychologists and others undertake further specialist study for careers in diverse areas such as allied health, teaching, and business.
- Clinical Psychologist
- Educational Psychologist
- Organisational Psychologist
To find out more about studying psychology with ACAP, contact us on 1800 061 199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ACAP offers a range of psychology courses at a range of levels, including:
- Bachelor of Psychological Science
- Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
- Graduate Diploma of Psychological Science
- Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology
- Master of Psychology (Clinical)
ACAP’s practical and interactive approach to learning will help you get the most from your studies. You can study on-campus, online, or a combination of both, either part-time or full-time.
Our 3 trimesters give you three opportunities to begin your study in February, June or September.