Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychological Science

The University of Adelaide
Em Adelaide (Austrália)

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1 year

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part-time equiv.
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University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Austrália
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Psychology
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Programa

Honours Psychology is normally taken as a full-time program over one year.
To complete the program candidates are required to: undertake an examination in the compulsory topic “Current Issues in Psychology” undertake an examination in the compulsory topic “Research Methods and Statistics” undertake examinations in two elective coursework topics attend the compulsory Honours Research Seminar series submit a research proposal for independent evaluation present for examination a thesis that reports a research project carried out under supervision Honours can be completed full-time (1-year) or part-time (2 consecutive years).
Students completing a full-time load need to complete 24 units from which 12 units will be the thesis, 6 units will be 2 compulsory courses and 6-units will be 2 elective choices.
Part-time enrolment is limited.
Students will need to provide a letter stating grounds for part-time consideration.
  Students who are accepted into a part-time load need to complete all the coursework in the first year and the thesis in the second year.
Due to accreditation requirements, it is not possible to offer a combined honours degree in Psychology and another discipline.
At best, a student may engage a co-supervisor from another discipline, however the thesis must be clearly psychological in nature (and the internal supervisor from Psychology must of course agree to co-supervision with someone external to the School).
Application Process Honours Application Intending applicant handbook Applicants whose degree is older than 10 years are not eligible to apply.
Applications for the Honours year need to be submitted through the School of Psychology.
The criterion for selection is based on academic merit within courses of psychology.
The Selection Committee ranks applications on this basis.
Entry into Honours is based strictly on the academic performance of psychology courses taken at Level II and Level III.
The formula is as follows:Weighted Average = (Level II psych x 40% weighting) + (Level III psych x 60% weighting)Offers are made in rank order according to the calculated weighted averages Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychological Science Example Study Plan Core Courses PSYCHOL 4201 Research Methodology & StatisticsPSYCHOL 4202 Current Issues in Contemporary PsychologyElectivesCourses to the value of 6 units from the following:PSYCHOL 4203 Advanced Developmental PsychologyPSYCHOL 4204 Advanced Psychology in SocietyPSYCHOL 4208 Organisational PsychologyPSYCHOL 4209 Mind, Brain & BehaviourResearch DissertationStudents must complete a thesis:PSYCHOL 4200A Honours Thesis in Psychology Part 1PSYCHOL 4200B Honours Thesis in Psychology Part 2 Assessment Assessment will be based on a combination of examinations, attendance at the compulsory Honours Research Seminar series, submission of a research proposal for independent evaluation, and the presentation of a thesis that reports a research project carried out under supervision.
Semester 1 examinations will be rostered during the official examination period.
Please note Semester 2 examinations will be held in October 2017, outside the official University examination period.