Chisholm Institute’s Higher Education College Bachelor of Psychology and Associate Degree in Psychology accepts any health, community or social services diploma from registered training organisations in Australia (or equivalent) as entry into the second year. This means that no ATAR is required.
Psychology is a great foundation to open opportunities into a wide variety of areas such as early childhood, education, sport, nursing, business or human resources. Not all people who study psychology become registered psychologists or work in mental health.
Bianca Bastoni, a current student of the Bachelor of Psychology, said, "I have loved studying psychology at Chisholm, the lecturers are engaging and supportive. The course content and assessments have clear connections to current and relevant, real-world topics."
"The whole Chisholm experience has been ten out of ten, including the enrolment process and the lovely staff, learning support, accessibility and the great communication with lecturers and the Dean. I've experienced four other post-secondary education providers, and this has been my favourite," Bianca continued.
Bianca initially completed a Bachelor of Nursing and went on to work as a nurse in mental health. Bianca then chose to study psychology because she has always been fascinated by how people think and behave. For Bianca, moving to Chisholm made a career in psychology possible. She'd like to find a job that combines nursing and psychology in the future.
Not all people who study psychology become registered psychologists or work in mental health. Psychology lends itself to a wide variety of industries including, early childhood, education, sport, nursing, business and human resources. Read Pathways to Degrees for more information.
Chisholm Higher Education College also offers degrees in Community Mental Health, Business, Education, Engineering and Nursing and Graduate Certificates in Family Violence.
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