Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Critically analyse psychological and social behaviour, practices and issues of relevance to Pacific societies and cultures by applying the basic principles of psychological thinking, theories and concepts (Critical Psychological Analysis);
  2. Conduct psychological research, supported by relevant methods, theories, and methodologies that are informed by ethics and critical thinking to analyse social issues, psychological processes, and practices and policies relevant to the Pacific region and beyond (Psychological Research);
  3. Consistently communicate effectively and in a culturally appropriate manner in contexts related to the practice of psychology;
  4. Consistently engage in self-reflection based on psychological knowledge, skills and ethics.
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