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    Bachelor of Science in Psychology
    Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies
  University of Southern Queensland (Australia)

  Established in 1967, the University of Southern Queensland is a fully           The University of Southern Queensland has been actively involved in
  funded Australian University located in the high population growth area         distance learning since 1977. Over the past 30 years, USQ has come to
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  worldwide acclaim, with over 26,000 international students enrolling with       attention on USQ as the benchmark in the field of distance education and
  the University around the world. Students can choose to study on Campus,        flexible learning. USQ’s Distance Education has attained global proportions,
  online or via distance learning. Whichever mode of delivery is chosen, the      extending to all five continents.
  curriculum, textbooks, and methods of assessment and degree certificates
  are all the same.




                                           University of Southern Queensland (Australia)
Advancement
  Pathway                                     Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology
                                                              (On-campus)


           Bachelor of Science (Psychology)                                             Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies

   International Advanced                                                                          Bachelor's degree from a recognised
   Diplomabyin Psychology                    Bridging Program                                    university in a field other than psychology
        Awarded Informatics Academy




   International Diploma                   Recognised Diploma
        in Psychology                      from Polytechnics /
       Awarded by Informatics Academy
                                             Private Institutes
International Diploma in Psychology
Awarded by Informatics Academy

Program Objectives
The program aims to provide students with a strong foundation in experimental methodology and research. Students will also be equipped with advanced theory
and content courses from various aspects and systems within psychology. With the guidance of academic tutors, the students can benefit not only theoretical
knowledge of such disciplines, but also gain the experience to conduct independent researches that would further enhance their knowledge and skills.


Modules
H1001          Essentials of Psychology
W1002          Principles of Quantitative Methods
W1004          Principles of Business Communication
B1003          Introduction to Information Technology
H1002          Psychology of Human Development
H1003          Cultural Psychology
H1004          Organizational Psychology
H1005          Introduction to Social Psychology



International Advanced Diploma in Psychology
Awarded by Informatics Academy

Program Objectives
The program aims to provide students with a strong foundation in experimental methodology and research. Students will also be equipped with advanced theory
and content courses from various aspects and systems within psychology. With the guidance of academic tutors, the students can benefit not only theoretical
knowledge of such disciplines, but also gain the experience to conduct independent researches that would further enhance their knowledge and skills.


Modules
H2001          Psychology in Education
H2002          Neuro psychology – Perception and Awareness
H2003          Health and Clinical Psychology
H2004          Psychopathology and Personality
H2005          Principles of Psychotherapy and Counselling
H2006          Psychology and Health Care Services
H2007          Ethics in Psychology
H2008          Psychological Perspectives of Gerontology



Bridging Modules (lead to Bsc in (Psychology))
This program is design for Polytechnic diploma students and the holders of equivalent diplomas from other institutions can qualify for entry to the final phase
of the program on completion of an 8 module-bridging program.

Modules
H1001          Essentials of Psychology
H1003          Cultural Psychology
H2003          Health and Clinical Psychology
H2004          Psychopathology and Personality
H2005          Principles of Psychotherapy and Counselling
H2006          Psychology and Health Care Services
H2007          Ethics in Psychology
W1002          Principles of Quantitative Methods
Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Program Objectives
On completion of this program graduates will:
• Demonstrate a sound understanding of the scope and focus of the major fields in contemporary Psychology
• Gain employment in the public and private sectors as behavioral science graduates or as graduates with a broad range of skills
• Satisfy the minimum requirements for affiliate membership of relevant professional bodies, most notably the Australian Psychological Society
• Proceed to graduate study in Psychology at USQ and other tertiary institutions
Conduct research and report the findings to lay persons and the scientific community at large.

Modules
PSY2010        Social Processes of Behavior
PSY2030        Developmental Psychology
PSY2040        Human Information Processing
PSY3010        Assessment of Behaviour
PSY2020        Motivation and Emotion
PSY3110        Clinical Health Psychology
PSY2100        Research Methods in Psychology A
PSY2110        Research Methods in Psychology B



Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies
Program Structure
The Graduate Diploma consists of 12 units. These usually completed in two years.


Pre-requisite
PSY1010        Foundation Psychology A
PSY1020        Foundation Psychology B
PSY1030        Cross Cultural + Indigenous Psychology
STA2300        Data Analysis

Compulsory Modules
PSY2100        Research Methods in Psychology A
PSY2110         Research Methods in Psychology B
PSY3010        Assessment of Behaviour
PSY2010        Social Processes of Behaviour
PSY2020        Motivation and Emotion
PSY2030        Developmental Psychology
PSY2040        Human Information Processing
PSY3110        Clinical Health Psychology
Admission Requirements
International Diploma in Psychology
Standard Entry:
• 'A' Levels or equivalent conducted in English
• Minimum 5 'N' Levels or 3 GCE 'O' Levels or equivalent with English
   (Must do CT and LS as enrichment modules)
• Students whose qualification is done in a medium of instruction other
   than English will have to go through an English course, CT and LS as       Intake
   enrichment modules prior to their commencement of the program.             International Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Psychology
                                                                              April / August / December
International Advanced Diploma in Psychology
• International Diploma in Psychology from Informatics Academy                Bachelor of Science (Psychology) / Graduate Diploma in
• other equivalent qualifications deemed suitable by Informatics Academy      Psychological Studies)
                                                                              March / July / November
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Students may articulate into the Bachelor of Science in Psychology from       Program Delivery
  the following:                                                              International Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Psychology
• Informatics Academy upon completion of year 1 International Diploma         Evening classes taught by lectures with industry-experience.
  in Psychology and year 2 International Advanced Diploma in Psychology.
• Polytechnic diploma students and the holders of equivalent diplomas         Bachelor of Science (Psychology) /
  from other institutions can qualify for entry to the final phase of the     Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies)
  program on completion of a 8 module bridging program.                       Part Time: Distance Learning Mode with the following support:
• The entry point for other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-   • Exclusive access to USQ Connect, allows you to log on to USQ database
  case basis.                                                                   library via the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
• Exemption applications will be processed on a case-by-case basis due        • Comprehensive study materials for individual units are supplied to all
  to the specialized nature of this qualification.                              students.
                                                                              • Direct e-mail contacts with all USQ faculty members.
Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies                                     • Online discussion group via the ‘Learning Circle’ chat room.
• A recognized Bachelor degree from a fully accredited University / College   • Distance Learning study material package
                                                                              • USQ Faculty Visits
Program Duration
International Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Psychology                        Method of Assessment
Part Time: minimum of 12 months                                               This program is assessed through coursework and summative assessment.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology                                             How to Apply
Part Time: minimum of 12 months                                               To apply, applicants must complete and submit the prescribed application
                                                                              forms. The application must be accompanied by the following:
Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies                                     • a one-time non-refundable application processing fee.
Part Time: minimum of 24 months                                               • One certified true copy of educational qualifications (degree, diploma,
                                                                                 GCE ‘A’ and ‘O’ level certificates) and transcripts showing details of results
                                                                                 obtained.
                                                                              • 2 photocopies of NRIC or passport
                                                                              • A copy of CV / Resume
Program Synopsis:
Enrichment Modules                                                             H1005 Introduction to Social Psychology                                       H2003 Health and Clinical Psychology
English Communications                                                         This module will include a detailed coverage on the four major areas          To provide a basic understanding of assessment and the diagnostic
The English Communication module is design to assist students to               in social psychology. The areas of study will be research method in           processes used in the mental health system. It includes diagnostic
improve their English language skills. Our Qualifying English Test results,    social psychology, perceiving people and event, evaluating our social         categories, and illuminates them with psychodynamic, behavioral, social
will show us which level of English that student of English the student        world, understanding our place within the group and interacting with          and biological theories – basics exploration of genetics, epidemiology,
needs to undertake.                                                            others.                                                                       neurochemistry and psychopharmacology of mental disorders.

Critical Thinking                                                              W1002 Principles of Quantitative Methods                                      H2004 Psychopathology and Personality
This enrichment course introduces the use of critical thinking skills to       This module will introduce students to the different statistical analysis     This module will cover major domains that are responsible for personality.
enhance their academic and non-academic endeavours. Students will              used in psychological research. Students will be taught various descriptive   These are the dispositional, biological, intra-psychic, cognitive/experiential,
develop the ability to reason clearly and critically, and interpretation       and inferential statistics. The data analysis techniques will focus on t-     social/cultural and adjustment domains. Students will learn how the
of information for effective decision-making. Decision making involves         test, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, regression analysis, repeated measures       various domains influence an individual and the resultant behaviors to
identification of problem and facts, generating the possible courses of        for ANOVA, Nonparametric statistics for categorical and ordinal data.         be realized in an individual.
action and selecting the best solution. These are essential skills that
students should develop not only for academic purposes but more so             W1004 Principles of Business Communications                                   H2005 Principles of Psychotherapy and Counseling
for professional and personal growth.                                          This course will introduce the detailed procedures involved in psychology     To give an overview of psychotherapy and counseling - Basic concepts
Learning skills                                                                research work. It will emphasize the importance in formulating a              of psychology are presented with an overview of schools of thought
The course aims to develop in the students the essential skills in learning    research work and the steps involved. Students will be taught on how          are presented. Multicultural therapy, building and maintaining a counseling
including time management, goal setting, stress management, effective          to do a literature review, data collection, the methodology, data-analysis    relationship, marriage and family, group counseling, and substance
research and study skills, group learning and techniques in passing            and concluding the results. Training will include the use of APA style        abuse are also covered. Issues of ethics and liability are discussed.
assessments.                                                                   writing and citing other research work. Statistical calculations will be
                                                                               revisited in this module to cover more advanced calculations such as          H2006 Psychology and Health Care Services
International Diploma in Psychology                                            single subject, within subjects and multivariate design and analysis.         The module will include health behaviors and primary prevention where,
H1001 Essential of Psychology                                                                                                                                the focus will be on health enhancing and compromising behaviors.
This module will introduce students to all the major aspects of Psychology     B1003 Introduction to Information Technology                                  Then the module will focus on stress and coping with stress. Next the
studies. It will include the concepts on Psychology as a science,              This course will train students on the use of computer package, MS            contents will include the various treatment settings. Finally students
procedures for research, neuroscience, sensation and perception, learning,     Excel in data analysis. The course will comprise of teaching students         will learn how to manage chronic and terminal illness.
memory, cognition, development and social psychology. Students will            on the installation and familiarization of the computer package. Students
be introduced to various psychology researches and appreciating journal        will learn to organize the spreadsheet for data input, coding in the          H2007 Ethics in Psychology
writing, data collection and results.                                          formulae and using the tool pack. Results are to be obtained from the         To develop an understanding of professional ethics, major ethical issues,
                                                                               computer package and presented for interpretation. At the end of the          ethical issues in special settings, prevention of unethical behaviors and
H1002 Psychology of Human Development                                          training students should be able to handle fairly large data collected        consequences and general ethics in various disciplines. Students will
This module, cover the facts and concepts in the child development             and analyzed for more advanced statistical analysis.                          gain an understanding of their role within their work place and profession.
from birth to adolescence. Topics will include perception and learning
at infancy, child's growth in terms of brain, body and motor skills. More      International Advanced Diploma in Psychology                                  H2008 Psychological Perspectives of Gerontology
topics on emotional, cognitive and intellectual development will be            H2001 Psychology in Education                                                 This course seeks to introduce the facts of demography describing the
included. Social issues related to family, peers and friends. Fundamental      Students will first be introduced to the various development issues such      background and present status of elderly people in society. Then the
changes in adolescence, such as biological, cognitive and social changes       as cognitive, language, socio-emotional and social contexts. Then the         biological, psychological, and sociological factors in aging will be studied
will covered. Adolescent's involvement with family, peer, group, work          topics covered will be individual variations, socio-cultural diversity and    to promote an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of aging.
and leisure.                                                                   exceptional learners. Education processes through the various approaches
                                                                               such as, behavioral, social cognitive, information processing, complex        Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies
H1003 Cultural Psychology                                                      cognitive and social constructivist. Finally, the contents will include       PSY1010 Foundation Psychology A
To introduce the student to the differing values, beliefs and attitudes        education related issues such as planning, instruction, use of technology,    This course is designed to provide students with an overall perspective
of various racial and ethnic groups - analyzes patterns of role learning       motivation, teaching, learning, testing and classroom management.             of the scope, nature, and methods of psychology. The major concepts
as they vary within subpopulations, focusing on changes over time in                                                                                         of developmental psychology, personality, cross-cultural psychology,
the values, attitudes and goals of both the general culture and subcultures.   H2002 Neuro Psychology - Perception and Awareness                             psychological disorders, therapy, health, and social psychology are
                                                                               This module will cover topics on the human eye, seeing and the visual         introduced. Students will learn the correct procedures for citing references
H1004 Organizational Psychology and Ergonomics                                 system. After which, students will focus their studies on spatial vision,     and putting together a reference list in the format recommended by
This module will focus on the concepts and theories that are applicable        pattern perception, object perception, color perception and perception        the American Psychological Association (APA).
for the industrial or organizational setting. Topics covered will include      of events. Next, students will study the ear and the auditory system
individual assessment and performance measurement, training and                and focus on hearing, listening, speech and music perception. Finally         PSY1020 Foundation Psychology B
development, motivation, emotion, leadership, work group behavior              the module will cover topics on touch, smell and taste.                       This course, in combination with PSY1010 (Foundation Psychology A),
and handling stress related issues.                                                                                                                          is designed to provide students with an overall perspective of the scope,
                                                                                                                                                             nature and methods involved in psychology. The major concepts covered
                                                                                                                                                             in this course include biological perspectives, sensation and perception,
                                                                                                                                                             consciousness, learning, memory, cognition, and intelligence. Students
                                                                                                                                                             will also be introduced to writing a practical report introduction in the
                                                                                                                                                             style specified by the American Psychological Association (APA).
Program Synopsis:
PSY1030 Cross-Cultural and Indigenous Psychology                               PSY3010 Assessment of Behavior                                                 PSY3110 Clinical Health Psychology
This course focuses on cross-cultural and specifically Indigenous Australian   This course is divided into two parts. The first concerns the principles       This course will consider psychological factors involved in the area of
psychology, exploring both those areas that are common to all humans           of psychological testing, concentrating on questions of reliability and        health and disease from the theoretical perspectives of social psychology
and those that differ across people from various geographical regions,         validity, norms, item analysis and the interpretation and evaluation of        as they relate to behavioral change. It will discuss psychological research
with different racial and ethnic identities, and from various other cultural   tests in general. The second part concerns particular areas of testing         methods in their application to health. Students will examine health-
groups. As cross-cultural research is increasingly influencing broad aspects   such as intelligence, abilities, specific aptitudes, and personality; making   related behaviors, such as coping with disease and pain, attitude to
of the practice of psychology, the course will cover the various findings      students aware of certain major tests in use, as well as a representative      medical advice, smoking, diet, alcohol use, sexual practices, and injury
to date and explore how cultural factors impact upon human emotion             array of tests typifying the above areas. In dealing with the various          prevention. Finally future challenges facing psychology in its relationship
and behaviour, specifically including cognition, social functioning and        tests and concepts, major issues regarding test usage is highlighted.          to health will be outlined. The course will be offered in the form of
development, personality and mental health, amongst other sub-                 Students will need to access USQStudyDesk for some assignment                  twelve modules on-campus and externally.
disciplines. Students, including non-psychology students, will develop         materials.
their personal and professional understanding and awareness of cultural                                                                                       PSY2030 Developmental Psychology
variables in order to help prepare them for further training and               PSY2100 Research Methods in Psychology A                                       The three goals of developmental psychology are to describe, explain,
development. A variety of teaching and learning methods are employed,          This course introduces the methods and statistics used to develop              and optimize human development. This course aims to provide students
including a number of practical and interactive exercises to help students     knowledge in the field of psychology. Topics covered include:                  with the knowledge necessary to achieve these goals. This course takes
apply new knowledge and practise new skills.                                   operationalsing theoretical constructs, internal and external validity,        a life-span approach, introducing students to essential theories and
                                                                               sampling and assignment, and an introduction to survey and experimental        methodologies employed in developmental study, as well as the
STA2300 Data Analysis                                                          methods. Data analysis techniques include measures of central tendency,        characteristics and major developmental tasks of individuals at each
This course provides an understanding of basic statistical concepts and        chi-square tests, t-tests, one-way ANOVA, correlation and regression as        phase of the life span: prenatal, birth, infancy, toddlerhood, childhood,
gives practice at some of the methods and skills necessary for students        they pertain to psychological research. Planned comparisons in an              adolescence, adulthood and the final phase of dying and death.
in business, commerce, psychology and the physical sciences to collect,        ANOVA context are also explored. The concepts of statistical inference,
appraise, present, analyse and interpret data. Students are introduced         decision-making, and potential sources of error developed in earlier           PSY2040 Human Information Processing
to the basic concepts involved in descriptive and inferential statistics.      courses are elaborated further. The computer statistical package, SPSS,        The course starts with a revision of visual and auditory sensation that
Emphasis is placed on understanding the basic concepts and principles          is used to develop practical analysis skills and enhance conceptual            was covered in Foundation Psychology B. The course builds upon this
of dealing with data. Because these concepts and methods are                   understanding. Reliable access to a suitable computer and Internet             material by examining visual and auditory perceptual processes and
interdisciplinary in nature, students will encounter problems from many        access is required as per Faculty of Sciences requirements.                    associated brain structures. Following perception, the course deals with
sources including their own area of interest. The use of statistical                                                                                          behavioral approaches to learning before examining more cognitive
software is a core component of the course. The mathematical                   PSY2110 Research Methods in Psychology B                                       approaches to learning. Memory over short retention intervals is then
underpinning of the methods used are not covered. Other statistics             This course builds upon the basic methods and tools of psychological           examined with an emphasis upon working memory. Finally the course
courses deal with this aspect.                                                 research, extending the range and complexity of questions that can be          looks at the factors involved in producing long-term memories.
                                                                               addressed. A variety of research designs are introduced including complex
PSY2020 Motivation and Emotion                                                 experimental and quasi-experimental designs and single-subject designs         PSY3010 Assessment of Behavior
This course will cover a number of related topics in motivation and            as ways of answering specific questions and dealing with potential             This course is divided into two parts. The first concerns the principles
emotion, such as drives and instincts, theories of motivation, consciousness   confounds. The statistical and analytic tools associated with these more       of psychological testing, concentrating on questions of reliability and
and volitional behavior, self-control and self-regulation, the structure       advanced techniques are also explored including factorial analysis of          validity, norms, item analysis and the interpretation and evaluation of
and function of emotions, relationships between emotion and cognition,         variance, and multiple regressions. Students will need access to the           tests in general. The second part concerns particular areas of testing
and the regulation of emotions.                                                SPSS software package throughout this course and will also need to             such as intelligence, abilities, specific aptitudes, and personality; making
                                                                               access the Internet for participation in a research project.                   students aware of certain major tests in use, as well as a representative
PSY2010 Social Processes of Behavior                                                                                                                          array of tests typifying the above areas. In dealing with the various
Social behavior is introduced as the study of social processes at a            PSY3110 Clinical Health Psychology                                             tests and concepts, major issues regarding test usage is highlighted.
number of levels from the individual level through to more broadly             This course will consider psychological factors involved in the area of        Students will need to access USQStudyDesk for some assignment
based social phenomena. Some of the major concepts and areas of                health and disease from the theoretical perspectives of social psychology      materials.
social psychology are introduced (e.g., social research methods,               as they relate to behavioral change. It will discuss psychological research
socialization, self-esteem, altruism, aggression, attitudes, communication,    methods in their application to health. Students will examine health-          PSY2100 Research Methods in Psychology A
interpersonal relationships, family issues, prejudice, group processes,        related behaviors, such as coping with disease and pain, attitude to           This course introduces the methods and statistics used to develop
cultural considerations, leadership and social influence. This course has      medical advice, smoking, diet, alcohol use, sexual practices, and injury       knowledge in the field of psychology. Topics covered include:
a strong research component and students will be required to write a           prevention. Finally future challenges facing psychology in its relationship    operationalsing theoretical constructs, internal and external validity,
research report in a style suitable for psychology as part of their            to health will be outlined. The course will be offered in the form of          sampling and assignment, and an introduction to survey and experimental
assessment. Students will also require email and Internet access to            twelve modules on-campus and externally.                                       methods. Data analysis techniques include measures of central tendency,
USQConnect for this course.                                                                                                                                   chi-square tests, t-tests, one-way ANOVA, correlation and regression as
                                                                               Bachelor of Science (Psychology)                                               they pertain to psychological research. Planned comparisons in an
PSY2030 Developmental Psychology                                               PSY2010 Social Processes of Behavior                                           ANOVA context are also explored. The concepts of statistical inference,
The three goals of developmental psychology are to describe, explain,          Social behavior is introduced as the study of social processes at a            decision-making, and potential sources of error developed in earlier
and optimize human development. This course aims to provide students           number of levels from the individual level through to more broadly             courses are elaborated further. The computer statistical package, SPSS,
with the knowledge necessary to achieve these goals. This course takes         based social phenomena. Some of the major concepts and areas of                is used to develop practical analysis skills and enhance conceptual
a life-span approach, introducing students to essential theories and           social psychology are introduced (e.g., social research methods,               understanding. Reliable access to a suitable computer and Internet
methodologies employed in developmental study, as well as the                  socialization, self-esteem, altruism, aggression, attitudes, communication,    access is required as per Faculty of Sciences requirements.
characteristics and major developmental tasks of individuals at each           interpersonal relationships, family issues, prejudice, group processes,
phase of the life span: prenatal, birth, infancy, toddlerhood, childhood,      cultural considerations, leadership and social influence. This course has      PSY2110 Research Methods in Psychology B
adolescence, adulthood and the final phase of dying and death.                 a strong research component and students will be required to write a           This course builds upon the basic methods and tools of psychological
                                                                               research report in a style suitable for psychology as part of their            research, extending the range and complexity of questions that can be
PSY2040 Human Information Processing                                           assessment. Students will also require email and Internet access to            addressed. A variety of research designs are introduced including complex
The course starts with a revision of visual and auditory sensation that        USQConnect for this course.                                                    experimental and quasi-experimental designs and single-subject designs
was covered in Foundation Psychology B. The course builds upon this                                                                                           as ways of answering specific questions and dealing with potential
material by examining visual and auditory perceptual processes and             PSY2020 Motivation and Emotion                                                 confounds. The statistical and analytic tools associated with these more
associated brain structures. Following perception, the course deals with       This course will cover a number of related topics in motivation and            advanced techniques are also explored including factorial analysis of
behavioral approaches to learning before examining more cognitive              emotion, such as drives and instincts, theories of motivation, consciousness   variance, and multiple regressions. Students will need access to the
approaches to learning. Memory over short retention intervals is then          and volitional behavior, self-control and self-regulation, the structure       SPSS software package throughout this course and will also need to
examined with an emphasis upon working memory. Finally the course              and function of emotions, relationships between emotion and cognition,         access the Internet for participation in a research project.
looks at the factors involved in producing long-term memories.                 and the regulation of emotions.
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