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  • RMIT University

    RMI-PSY-GDI | Postgraduate

    A psychology qualification that unlocks multiple career pathways

    After studying how people behave and think, you’ll be able to pursue employment pathways including communications, marketing, HR, and mental health. Explore psychological perspectives with practicing industry professionals and RMIT’s expert academics.

  • Griffith University

    Positively impact lives by changing behaviour in meaningful ways

    Get ready to join the diverse group of professionals delivering applied behaviour analysis (ABA) services in health, education, and community settings. Learn how to measure and assess clients’ behaviour. Study the different forms of intervention.

  • Curtin University

    Understand how and why people think and act in business

    See how psychology contributes to business. Apply psychological theory to current business practices, learning to make informed decisions and solve problems. Understand what drives consumers, managers, and organisational culture.

  • University of Tasmania

    Add counselling to your healthcare repertoire

    A counselling course for clinicians and health care professionals. Learn how to support patients in distress. Cover areas such as loss, grief, trauma, and addiction. Formalise your counselling skills and gain recognition.

  • University of Tasmania

    Add counselling to your teaching repertoire

    A counselling course for education professionals. Learn how to support young students during life challenges. Consider unique counselling strategies for disability, illness, and disorders. Formalise your counselling skills and gain recognition.

  • Curtin University

    For justice and health professionals interested in psychology

    See how psychology interacts with the legal and criminal justice system. Explore the connections between crime and mental health. Deepen your understanding of victims and offenders. Apply your knowledge of human behaviour to real world settings.

  • Griffith University

    Crime, the causes of crime, and justice

    Gain an overview of the theory, research methodology, and the workings of the criminal justice system. Study crime analysis, mapping, intelligence, forensic mental health, prevention, and law and behaviour to work in criminal justice fields.

  • Griffith University

    Contemporary criminological theory in practice

    Deepen your knowledge of the justice system and gain insight into key policy debates and contemporary research methods. Graduates find roles in criminal justice related fields such as crime prevention, community health and local government.

  • Griffith University

    Support the mental health needs of your community

    Get set for a career in mental health support. Designed for work in community settings, such as nursing, rehabilitation, police liaison, housing, or disability support. Delve into evidence-based research, and collaborate with carers.

  • Southern Cross University

    SCU-MMH-MAS | Postgraduate

    Establish your role as a mental health leader

    Prepare for mental health leadership. Learn from academics working in the field to hone your skills in mental health and psychology. Make care decisions in the community, non-government and private settings.