Make a difference in your community.
Our Master of Psychology (Clinical) prepares you for a career as a psychologist in Australia and for entry into the registrar program to become endorsed to practice in the area of Clinical Psychology.
Our vision is to educate, innovate and inspire the science and practice of clinical psychology in the Northern Territory.
We integrate our teaching, research, and clinical practice with the needs of our region, producing graduates who are engaged with their local communities.
Our Master of Psychology (Clinical) degree supports the science and practice of what helps individuals, families, communities and society to thrive. You will be exposed to contemporary modes of practice, including face-to-face interventions, telehealth, and the use of immersive technologies such as Virtual Reality.
You will embrace a busy mix of coursework, research and practical placements. Your clinical training will be demanding and challenging. However, you will find a friendly and enthusiastic group of academic staff and fellow students to support you on your journey.
Our location in the Northern Territory is also ideal to ensure that you take time out to relax and enjoy yourself.
Successful completion of an APAC accredited four-year sequence in Psychology with either
All applicants are required to provide:
Invitations to attend an interview will be extended to applicants based on a combination of academic performance, CV and references.
Our Master of Psychology (Clinical) is a two-year full-time course of 160 credit points (CPs) of which 70 CPs are coursework (7 units of 10 points each); 60 CPs are placement units (2 placements of 10 CPs and 2 placements of 20 CPs); and 30 CPs are the research component (3 units of 10 CPs each). The course is designed to be completed full-time As such you are required to be available for classes, research and placement activities five days every week (Monday-Friday).
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