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Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling

Undergraduate | ECU-PSC-DEG | 2024

Analyse, listen, and respond to people with empathy

Begin to explore people’s behaviour and gain the confidence to help them change. Complement your growing knowledge of psychology with introductory counselling skills. By exploring your own values, you’ll be prepped to work with groups and individuals.

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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Psychology and Counselling

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Career opportunities

Employment opportunities include counselling, human resources management, criminal justice, education, rehabilitation, business, mental health, and the administration and provision of social services, and performing in any job or role that involves understanding and guiding human behaviour, showing empathy and compassion, and displaying skills such as the ability to evaluate the needs of a client, write formal reports, and keep accurate and organised records; in particular, this double major of psychology and counselling prepares students for work in a counselling role, or for further postgraduate studies in psychology and counselling.

Possible future job titles:

Counsellor, Public Sector Worker, Government Agency Worker, Market Researcher, Children and Family Service Provider, Marketer, Human Resource Worker, Statistician, Mental Health Services Worker, Financial Service Worker.

Professional recognition

This course is an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited 3-year sequence in Psychology, suitable for students intending on undertaking further study and training to become a practicing Psychologist.

Career outlook

$75K to $93K
Health and Welfare Services Managers:
Over $120K
Human Resource Managers:
Over $120K
Social Workers:
$75K to $93K

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