This program is currently under review and is not available for admission.
The Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) degree is a three-year (full-time) program of coursework, clinical placements (1500 hours) and a research thesis (approx. 30,000 words). This degree is designed for those who wish to gain a more advanced training in clinical psychology than that available via the Masters program. The DPsych program emphasises the scientist/practitioner model of clinical psychology training. It does this by closely integrating research and practice and provides both extra professional clinical training and strong training in research skills via the increased research component. Graduates will have all the opportunities available to them that a Masters graduate would, with the advantage of advanced clinical and research training.
Honours degree in psychology at the IIA level or better, including completion of an undergraduate course in abnormal psychology at the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year level. Entry by a fourth year postgraduate diploma in psychology will also be considered. Diplomas must (a) be of honours standard, (b) contain a substantial research methodology component, and (c) be accredited for Associate Membership of the Australian Psychological Society.
All applicants must meet the University’s English Language Admission Requirements for StudentsIndicative fees Domestic International
For more information see: http://www.anu.edu.au/students/program-administration/costs-feesAnnual indicative fee for international students $50,900.00 Scholarships
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