University of New South Wales, Australia

Master Psychology (Forensic) - Máster en Psicología Forense

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
    770$AUD/UOC/year
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
    Australia
  • Duración:
    2 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master Psychology (Forensic)

Presentación

The Master of Psychology (Forensic) program was offered for the first time in 1998. The degree is unique among masters programs in forensic psychology at Australian universities in that both a school of psychology and a law school are involved in its teaching; each School at UNSW is a recognised leader in its field in Australia.

The program is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) as the fifth and sixth years of study leading to full membership of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and registration as a psychologist with the national Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA). Graduates of the program are eligible for Associate Membership of the APS College of Forensic Psychologists. After completing a further two years of full-time equivalent supervised practice, graduates are eligible to apply for full membership and endorsement as a Forensic Psychologist.

Requisitos

Postgraduate
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.

Objetivos

Graduates of the Master of Psychology (Forensic) program will have, as per the APAC Accreditation Standard 5.1.12, the following core capabilities and attributes that are essential for practicing psychology safely upon registration.

Programa

The program consists of three components, all of which are compulsory, totalling 96 units of credit (48 in each Stage).
Coursework - Weekly lectures and seminars with associated written forms of assessment (48 UOC)
Professional practice - Completion of a minimum of 1000 hours of supervised practice in forensic settings, weekly Forensic Psychology meetings, and Skills Training Workshops (24 UOC)
A research thesis (24 UOC).
Stage 1
PSYC7000 Research and Evaluation Method (6 UOC)
PSYC7001 Psychological Assessment 1 (6 UOC)
PSYC7400 Intervent´n in Forensic Psych1 (6 UOC)
PSYC7401 Intervent´n in Forensic Psych2 (6 UOC)
PSYC7402 Applications of Forensic Psych (6 UOC)
PSYC7409 Prof & Ethical Pract (For) 1 (6 UOC)
PSYC7410 Prof & Ethical Pract (For) 2 (6 UOC)
LAWS9800 Law for Psychologists 1 (6 UOC) or
LAWS9810 Law for Psychologists 2 (6 UOC)*
Stage 2
PSYC7403 Experimental Psychology & Law (6 UOC)
PSYC7411 Prof & Ethical Pract (For) 3 (6 UOC)
PSYC7412 Prof & Ethical Pract (For) 4 (6 UOC)
PSYC7413 Research Thesis (Forensic) 1 (12 UOC)
PSYC7414 Research Thesis (Forensic) 2 (12 UOC)
LAWS9800 Law for Psychologists 1 (6 UOC) or
LAWS9810 Law for Psychologists 2 (6 UOC)*

*LAWS9800 and LAWS9810 are offered in alternate years (LAWS9810 was last offered in 2015). Students may complete these courses in any order and should enrol in whichever is offered, regardless of whether they are enrolled in Stage 1 or Stage 2 of their program.

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