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Psychology Postgraduate Courses
At Western Sydney University our Psychology courses provide high quality psychological education to meet the requirements of the Psychology Board of Australia (opens in a new window)(PBA) and Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (opens in a new window)(APAC) for the training of psychologists in NSW.
Our academics, students and Research Centres have an active research culture that encompasses a range of theoretical and epistemological approaches, in both applied and pure psychological research. There is expertise in a range of methods, including experimental, quasi-experimental and qualitative research, and a strong program of postgraduate training, including PhD and Masters in psychology programs.
Psychology Course List:
Australian or New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents can apply directly to Western for all of these courses. International applicants should apply through Western Sydney International.
|Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Clinical Psychology||Penrith; Bankstown||4.5F|
|Master of Professional Psychology||Bankstown||1F / 2P|
|Master of Clinical Psychology||Penrith; Bankstown||2F / 4P|
|Graduate Diploma in Psychology||Bankstown||1F / 2P|
|Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies||Penrith; Bankstown||1.5F / 3P|
Key: F = Full Time; P = Part Time