The School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing offers courses in two subject areas at undergraduate level; Psychology, and Speech and Language Pathology.
Our Psychology courses can be completed via a Bachelor of Science degree or a Bachelor of Arts. You can also combine it with other degrees such as a Bachelor of Criminal Justice. Students learn about human (and other animal) behaviour and development, judgement and decision-making, personality and more.
Our Speech and Language Pathology qualification is a four-year honours degree preparing students for work in the healthcare sector as speech and language therapists in hospitals, schools, private clinics or research and development.
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and associated biological, cognitive and social processes in humans and other animals.
A BSc will extend your knowledge in multiple interest areas, satisfying many questions you may have about the world and encouraging you to investigate even further.
Bachelor of Arts students can follow their passion and gain the critical thinking, creative problem solving, and communication skills that employers want.
- See the full list of taught courses in Psychology
- See the full list of taught courses in Speech and Language Pathology
- Find out about Combining Psychology with Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) degree
UC administers a range of undergraduate scholarships through the Scholarships database.