Psychology Advanced - M5003
The Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced is a fourth-year, Honours-equivalent program designed to continue your pathway to becoming a psychologist or pursuing a research degree. Delivered 100% online, you’ll dive further into the specific areas of the science and practice of psychology and explore contemporary applications of psychology. Emerge from this industry-leading course ready to take on your next career step with key analytical, research and communication skills.
Accredited through the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC), this course is a collection of eight core, research and elective units designed to advance your knowledge of psychological theory and research methodology. Develop your discipline-specific research skills through a research project that opens up exciting opportunities in the research space come graduation.
Studying psychology online through Monash allows you to learn from leading academics in the field and provides access to innovative technology solutions to complex psychology study. Unique to Monash, you’ll conduct research through the award-winning Research Portal, a comprehensive, high-quality virtual environment providing you with all the tools to conduct research, 100% online.
Where can the Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced take me?
The online delivery mode of the Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced is a pathway to pursuing your study goals without giving up your current work or other commitments. This honours-level equivalent degree provides career opportunities as a psychologist or counsellor, pathways to further study, and in a variety of roles within fields enhanced by the science of psychology. Confidently apply a psychological perspective to a wide range of industries, backed by a deeper knowledge of psychology through units focused on advanced theoretical understanding and research practice.
A qualification combining psychological theory and methodology with integral research skills provides a pathway into roles within universities and hospitals, education and training institutions, government departments influencing public policy, and corporate organisations conducting market research and consultancy work.