BP154 - Bachelor of Psychology

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Plan: BP154P23 - Bachelor of Psychology
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The Program Learning Outcomes associated with this Program are derived from guidelines set by APAC (the accreditation body) in consultation with key stakeholders. The Bachelor of Psychology program will provide students with a thorough education in the scientific discipline of psychology and introduce them to the application of the discipline. Graduates will have sound evidence-based knowledge as a foundation for entering either employment, where the knowledge and approaches of psychology can be used, or advanced level psychology programs (e.g., Honours). In addition, graduates from this program will acquire a basis for life-long learning in a changing world:

The Program Learning Outcomes for the Bachelor of Psychology are:

PLO1: Apply breadth and depth of psychology theories, concepts and evidence in various real-world settings using a scientific approach. 

PLO2: Apply evidence-based knowledge to conceptualise safe and effective practice in a variety of contexts, independently and collaboratively, with emerging technological advancements. 

PLO3: Demonstrate the ability to generate and evaluate solutions to all aspects of psychology practice while complying with ethical, legal and regulatory standards. 

PLO4: Communicate to diverse audiences utilising contemporary and traditional formats and employing professional integrity, inclusivity and culturally safe practices. 

PLO5: Demonstrate responsibility and accountability for professional decisions and resolve challenges through application of critical thinking and reflective practice, autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team. 

PLO6: Collaborate and contribute as an effective team member in diverse settings with commitment to First nations and/or globally inclusive perspectives. 

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