Psychology and philosophy
Map the functions of the human mind or explore the pursuit of knowledge.
Examine how people behave, think and feel. Mind the mental health of others. Reveal the human experience from basic brain functions to complex characteristics, language and personality.
Think about how people process information, reason and remember. Speculate the principles of logic, analyse arguments, question values or search for knowledge and truth.
Reflect on ethics in the 21st century or debate religious beliefs. Find creative solutions to complex social problems or learn an ecclesial language.
Find a spectrum of pathways and careers about the study of human behaviour, ways of life, beliefs, values and spirituality.
Psychology & philosophy degrees
Bachelor of Psychological Sciences
- Major in Psychology
- Co-Major in Sociology
Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Major in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts
- Major in Ancient History
- Major in English
- Major in Modern History
- Major in Philosophy
- Major in Politics
- Major in Society and Culture
- Major in Sociology
- Major in Creative Writing
Bachelor of Behavioural Studies
- Major in Psychological Studies
- Co-major in Sociology
Psychology & philosophy subjects
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
- Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Studies)
- Bachelor of Arts (Librarianship and Corporate Information Management)
- Bachelor of Arts (Professional Writing and Publishing)
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Arts (Internet Communications)
- Bachelor of Arts (Screen Arts)
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Security Studies
Rationalise a career that seeks to better understand and help people
Counsel others, explore social work practices, or weigh up notions of goodness and justice. Practice good faith.
Graduates are highly sought after in a range of human services positions in: community and mental health, human resource management, policy development, research, welfare, journalism, marketing and advertising.
Improve your career prospects when you study through OUA and get accreditation from some of Australia’s peak, reputable organisations.
Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC)
APAC consults with governments, professional organisations and education providers on psychologists' behalf. This ensures that their members have access to quality training and education so they can stay at the cutting edge of their profession.