Clinical Psychology courses
UTS Clinical Psychology offers coursework masters and research courses. Please note, all Graduate School of Health courses operates on Calendar B.
Drawing on clinical practice, research evidence, and clinically based coursework, the Master of Clinical Psychology provides graduates with an integrated approach to learning. The result is an approach to professional development that is practice-based and research-led to deliver graduates with potential to pursue a diverse range of clinically related careers.
The Master of Clinical Psychology encompasses on-campus learning, on-campus and off-campus clinical placement and research. The course is delivered in custom-built, state-of-the-art facilities - primarily the on-campus UTS Psychology Clinic.
It is intended that the Master of Clinical Psychology will provide the fifth and sixth year of study required to register as a psychologist in Australia. Graduates will be eligible, following two years of supervised practice, for endorsement as a clinical psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA) and full membership of the College of Clinical Psychologists of the Australian Psychological Society.
UTS Clinical Psychology is conditionally accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council.
Anastasia: Deciding to study the clinical psychology program at UTS was an easy decision for me to make. When I first came to the campus and met the staff, I realized how warm and welcoming and supportive they all were and really dedicated to making it a great learning and teaching environment.
Raphaella: A major career goal for me, and I think this is a career goal common to anyone who is studying psychology, is to really be the best psychologist that you can be so you can help as many people as possible. I feel that the master of clinical psychology at UTS is preparing me for this because of the amount of support that I'm getting from the academic staff. The focus on bringing all of the most current research into our practice has really made me feel confident that I'll be able to achieve that.
Anastasia: My advice to future students would be to apply for the program without hesitation. I was so glad that I did and UTS provides a really unique learning experience in that they're integrating theory with sort of simulated learning and practical experience as well, so it's a fantastic place to learn and study.