Do you often find yourself intrigued by others and trying to understand why people do the things they do? If so, then studying Psychology at Victoria sounds like it is for you!
Studying psychology is a fascinating and dynamic journey. Whether you want to pursue a career as a clinical psychologist, a psychological researcher, or you are still undecided but know that psychology sounds like something you would love, you can be confident that studying psychology will provide you with a multitude of skills that will equip you for any career path. Graduates with degrees in psychology are sought after by employers for their insight and scientific understanding of complex human behaviours.
The journey of studying psychology will not just help you to understand others, but to understand yourself too.
In 2016 the School of Psychology will introduce a new 200-level course on lifespan development.
Dr Tirta Susilo recently joined our cognitive neuroscience programme. Tirta's research focuses on how we preceive and recognise objects, especially faces.
The School of Psychology will award full or partial fee waivers for Māori and Pasifika students accepted and enrolled in full-time study at fourth year level, or in the Clinical Psychology programme.
This summer we are again running PSYC 101, an online course which is internally assessed through six online tests.
Victoria University offers New Zealand’s only programmes in Forensic Psychology and Cross-cultural Psychology.