The Master of Professional Psychology from Australian Catholic University is designed to provide graduates in psychology with an additional year of full-time education in the professional practice of psychology. This year prepares graduates for a final year of supervised practice prior to general registration as a Psychologist.
The Master of Professional Psychology from Australian Catholic University provides students with an opportunity to learn and demonstrate their knowledge and skills in the 8 core capabilities and attributes as required to practise psychology. This program includes a simulated practicum unit which enables students to translate their theoretical knowledge to professional and simulated environments to enhance their skill development.
This program allows students to become registered as Probationary Psychologists whilst undertaking the course, and prepares graduates for general registration as a Psychologist once they have completed one year of supervised practice.
International students on a student visa should be aware that the duration of the student visa will not extend to the one year of supervised practice required for registration. International students intending to complete the supervised practice will need to ensure that they attain an appropriate visa. All students, domestic and international, intending to complete the supervised practice will be fully responsible for finding the supervised employment which will allow them to complete registration requirements.
This course is currently accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) and approved by the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) as a suitable program of study for the purpose of registration as a psychologist.
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