The study of the human mind and behaviour, and understanding why we do what we do is unique to psychology.
As a registered psychologist, you can apply your behavioural expertise to areas including cognition, neuroscience, or social and developmental behaviour. Career opportunities encompass wide ranging areas, such as:
- clinical practice
- developmental and educational
- community services
- program evaluation and management
Studying psychology courses at QUT will provide you with a stimulating program of studies and practical placements that prepare you to become a registered psychologist specialising in your preferred interest area. You will gain substantial foundational knowledge and develop practical skills to practice as a provisionally registered psychologist under the guidance of our experienced supervisors. A Master of Clinical Psychology will further build your skills in conceptualising and treating clinical presentations using a range of integrative psychotherapeutic approaches. A Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) will prepare you to assess, diagnose and treat people facing issues that impact their educational and developmental progress.