Subject Descriptions - Subject Information

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Subject Information
Subject Code
Subject Name
Credit Points
General Subject
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EFTSL (Non Weighted)
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Non Weighted Student Contribution Amount
Commonwealth Supported (HECS) Student Only
(Note: 2018 Maximum student contribution amounts revised 18 December 2017)

Note: 2021 Student contribution amounts reflect the changes included in the Higher Education Support Amendment (Job-Ready Graduates and Supporting Regional and Remote Students) Bill 2020 which was passed by Parliament 27 Oct 2020. Refer to Understanding your student contribution for more information about Tuition fees in 2021.
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Students in courses of study that:
  • are accredited for the purposes of professional registration by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and which lead to Endorsed Areas of Practice in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, Counselling Psychology, Educational and Developmental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Health Psychology, Sports Psychology and Community Psychology
  • lead to a bachelors degree or honours degree in psychology with a course structure that makes it compulsory to study the units relevant to professional registration as a psychologist by the Psychology Board of Australia, and which itself represents a pathway to professional registration as a psychologist.
  • lead to a bachelors degree, honours degree or masters degree in social work accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).

  • refer to Understanding your student contribution for information about Tuition fees for this subject in 2021.
Weighted Student Contribution Amount
Commonwealth Supported (HECS) Students Only
Work Experience
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Tutorial Enrolment Information
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Subject Availability
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Subject Availability
Delivery Method
Instance Name
Course Restrictions
No Restriction.
Contact Hours
Lecturer(s) and Cons. times
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Coordinator(s) and Cons. times
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Instance Comment
Census Date
Subject Description
Subject Learning Outcomes
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Extra Information
Generic Extra Information:

Subject Objectives:
Textbook Information

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