The Australian College of Applied Psychology offers a range of courses centred around applied psychology and related fields. The kind of course you choose to study depends on your career goals, learning style, schedule and lifestyle.
In all of our courses, our approach is practical and experiential with a strong theoretical base. The kind of course you’ll want to complete depends on your background, as well as the level of qualification you want to complete.
All courses delivered by ACAP that lead to a higher education award issued by ACAP are recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). AQF qualifications are recognised all around Australia and by other countries.
Higher Education Courses
Higher education is post-secondary education that leads to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Higher education meets a wide range of needs including the acquisition of a broad body of knowledge at Bachelor and Graduate Diploma level, through to ongoing professional development at Masters level to the contribution of significant and original new knowledge at a Doctoral level. Higher education offered at ACAP is a combination of both theory and practice.
At the Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), we specialise in the areas of:
- social science
- social work
- Associate Degree of Applied Social Science
- Diploma of Counselling Skills
- Bachelor of Applied Social Science
- Bachelor of Counselling
- Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching)
- Bachelor of Psychological Science
- Bachelor of Psychological Science and Counselling
- Bachelor of Psychological Science and Criminology
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Graduate Diploma of Counselling
- Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)
- Graduate Diploma of Psychological Science
- Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology
- Master of Psychology (Clinical)
- Master of Social Work (Qualifying)
The bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Counselling, Bachelor of Counselling (Coaching), Graduate Diploma of Counselling, Graduate Diploma of Professional Psychology, Master of Psychology (Clinical) and Master of Social Work (Qualifying) all include student placements, which are unpaid work placements in organisations related to your study. Placements allow you to practise your skills in a work environment, meet professionals working in the industry and build valuable experience and referees to add to your resume before you graduate.
Therefore, you graduate with the skills and experience needed to help start your career.