Undergraduate Courses

Bachelor of Psychological Science – BPsychSci                  Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) – BPsych(Hons)

(Year 1-3)                                                                                                                              ( 4th year Honours Degree)

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Introduction

The Bachelor of Psychology (Honour) is an initial entry point for study and a career in psychology. If you are fascinated by questions related to human nature (the way think, feel and do) and how this impacts on our wellbeing, decision making and environment, then a psychology course and career may be the right pathway for you.

The Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) is a four-year course that includes the first three years of a psychology undergraduate degree and one year of honours (4th year).  Students can opt to graduate after third year with a Bachelor of Psychological Science. Students who complete the full four years and graduate with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) can consider further postgraduate degrees in psychology (e.g., Masters or PhD).

The Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) is an AQF level 7 (first three years) & 8 (4th year) qualification and is offered face-to-face at ISN Psychology’s Heidelberg campus in Melbourne, Victoria. The degree is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC).

Eligibility and Entry Requirements

For year 12 school leavers wishing to study psychology at undergraduate level the entry requirements are as follow:

  • Completion of VCE Units 3 and 4 and a study score of at least 20 in one of the following:
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Geography,
    • Mathematics,
    • Psychology or
    • Physics;
  • Unit 1 and 2 Mathematics is preferred but not essential; and
  • A study score of at least 25 in any English (except EAL) or at least 30 in English (EAL).

This criterion is assessed through submission of  VCE certificates which applicants can upload via our online application form.

All applicants must meet the equivalent of the VCE or year 12 school leaver prerequisites. Examples of equivalent prerequisites include:

  • Studies completed at university level with a credit (60% +) average or above
  • Diploma level studies with an average grade of 60% or above will also be considered.

Non-Year 12 applicants can provide evidence of further studies and work experience as part of their application for entry. Please submit a certified copy of any official transcripts and/or VCE results and complete and submit a Personal Statement via our online application form. The personal statement should be no more than 500 words and is used to assess an applicant’s ability and aptitude to study psychology.

  • Entry to the 4th Year Honours programme in Psychology at ISN requires successful completion of an APAC-accredited qualification eg. a Bachelor Degree in psychology,  a Bachelor Degree in any discipline plus an APAC-accredited sequence in psychology or a qualification obtained from an overseas education institution assessed as comparable to an APAC-accredited qualification/sequence in psychology.
  • Students who completed their first three years of study with ISN Psychology and meet minimum entry requirements will continue on in the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours).
  • Students who exited after the third year of study from ISN with a Bachelor of Psychological Science or the equivalent from another institute are eligible to apply for a place in the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours).
  • Additionally, candidates must meet minimum English language proficiency standards for entry to an AQF level 8 Honours degree.
  • Domestic students with Australian citizenship or Permanent Residency rights can apply. ISN cannot currently accept applications for international students.
  • The minimum entry for a quota subject may differ each year depending on the applications received.  While students who meet the above entry requirements may apply, due to the competitive nature of the course a credit grade point average (60-69%) or higher in the second and third year psychology units of an APAC accredited psychology degree, or equivalent, is expected for entry to the Honours year at ISN.
  • A full list of entry requirements for the 4th year Honours degree in Psychology at ISN can be found on page 14, Section 3.4 of the Policies and Procedures

Career Prospects and Pathways

Graduates of the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) are prepared for work in a number of settings through government, not-for-profit organisations, human resource management, market research, social welfare, social policy and research, human services and guidance or counselling for educational, vocational or personal problems.

Graduates of the honours program are eligible to apply for associate membership with the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and those who meet the two-year supervision criteria for practice in Australia, as outlined within the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) guidelines, can apply for full registration as a psychologist. In Australia, it is a requirement to complete two years supervised psychological practice after fourth year to acquire general registration as a psychologist. This can be achieved through supervised work, through completion of a two-year professional master program in psychology, or a one-year professional postgraduate program and one year of supervised psychological practice.

ISN Psychology offers a Master of Psychology (Clinical) for eligible students and a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) as a one-year stand alone 4th year course for students who wish to complete the 4th year/honours at a later stage.

ISN Tuition Fees

  • ISN Psychology is now a FEE HELP approved provider. There is a 15 day parliamentary disallowance period in place. Please contact ISN for further information.
  • Tuition Fees are payable upfront or through FEE HELP for eligible students.

Schedule of FEE HELP/ Upfront Tuition Fees – 2019

Name of Course: Bachelor of Psychology(Honours) (year1-4)/ Bachelor of Psychological Sciecne (year1-3)

Training Package Code: BPsych(Hons)/ BPsychSci

Delivery Location(s): Heidelberg campus

Delivery Mode(s): On-site

Unit of Study Unit Code Commence date Census date Completion date EFTSL TUITION FEES
Full fee-paying (FFP) Government subsidised student (GSS)
Semester 1: Introduction to Psychology 1 ISN101 4 Mar 29 Mar 28 Jun 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 1: Introduction to Psychology 2 ISN102 4 Mar 29 Mar/ 31 Aug 28 Jun 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 1: Psychology Research and the Psychology Profession ISN103 4 Mar 29 Apr 28 Jun 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 1: Biological Foundations of Psychology ISN104 4 Mar 29 Mar 28 Jun 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 2: History and Philosophy of Psychology ISN111 29 Jul 30 Aug 22 Nov 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 2: Learning & Motivation ISN112 29 Jul 30 Aug 22 Nov 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 2: Psychology Statistics ISN113 29 Jul 30 Aug 22 Nov 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Semester 2: Foundations of Neuroscience ISN114 29 Jul 30 Aug 22 Nov 0.125 $968.75 N/A
Total 1.000 $7,750.00 N/A

 Course Structure

  • The undergraduate degree consists of 4 years full-time, or the part-time equivalent study.
  • The course structure is based on eight full-time semesters
    (each of 12 weeks’ duration), with four units taught in each semester. It
    comprises:
  • 24 compulsory core units which introduce students to the key areas of psychology
  • 4 specialisation core units in neuroscience
  • 1 specialisation elective in neuroscience
  • 1 psychology elective in the third year second semester​

For more information and instructions on how to apply, follow this link to our application page – Applications

Undergraduate Psychology Handbook
Handbook

Eligibility

ISN Psychology is a registered higher education provider that offer degrees in psychology for domestic students.

Who Qualifies as a domestic student?

Domestics students are either Australian or New Zealand citizens, an Australian permanent resident or a holder of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa. During the application phase, ISN will request proof that you qualify as a domestic student in the form of a copy of your passport or driver’s license.ISN is not currently able to offer places to international students.


Study Pathways and Requirements

Eligibility for admission into an ISN Psychology degree program is based on applicant’s ability to satisfy specific course entry requirements. Entry requirements for psychology courses are based on predetermined Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) pathways to registration as a psychologist and course specific entry requirements are listed on the relevant ISN Psychology course page.

The training pathways for psychology is as follow:

Step 1 – Complete an APAC accredited three-year undergraduate psychology sequence of study

Applicants who completed their studies over 10 years ago or complete an undergraduate degree in a different discipline can complete a three-year program bridging course (12-18 months duration), at a provider that offers this option (please visit APAC to find out which providers offer this option). Completion of a bridging course will, like a normal three-year sequence, enable applicants to apply for entry into an accredited fourth-year psychology program.

Step 2 – Complete an APAC accredited fourth-year undergraduate psychology program (e.g., honours year or a fourth-year equivalent like a Graduate Diploma in Psychology).

This program is a one-year course, full-time or equivalent part-time.

ISN offers the fourth-year as part of the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) or as a standalone degree for students who completed their first three years at another institute as the Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours).

Step 3 – Select one of the available pathways to registration

4+2 pathway

After successful completion of a fourth year/honours degree students can find an external supervisor, register as a provisionally registered psychologist, and complete two years of supervision while working. Please note that this pathway is currently being phased out. For more information, please visit the PsyBA website.

5+1 pathway

After successful completion of a fourth year/honours degree students can apply for a Master of Professional Psychology at an institute that offers this option (please visit the APAC website for a list of institutes that offer this course). Students complete a fifth year of study as a provisionally registered psychologist and then complete one year of supervision at the conclusion of course work. For more information, please visit the PsyBA website.

5th and 6th year pathway

After successful completion of a fourth year/honours degree students can apply for an APAC accredited master’s (or doctorate) degree. Successful applicants will complete two years of study as a provisionally registered psychologist in an area of specialised study, also known as an area of practice endorsement. The current areas of practice endorsement available across educational institutes are clinical, community, counselling, health, forensic, sport and exercise, educational and developmental, organisational, and clinical neuropsychology. Students will complete course work, research, and supervised practical placements as part of the degree. Once a student has successfully completed all components of the postgraduate degree, they can apply to the PsyBA for registration as a general psychologist. Registered psychologist who followed this pathway must be externally supervised by a PsyBA-approved supervisor for a specified period, in the area of endorsement as a registrar. For master’s this specified period is two years, one year with a doctorate, and 18 months for combined master’s/PhDs. For more information, please visit the PsyBA website. ISN Psychology offers a Master of Psychology (Clinical).

Please visit the Australian Psychological Society (APS) website for an overview of the study pathways.

The information in this section relates to applicants who have completed tertiary or higher education (e.g., a university course/ degree) study within the last 10 years. The information includes applicants currently studying at another higher education provider and wishing to transfer to ISN Psychology. Applicants who completed a bridging course in psychology e.g. Graduate Diploma in Psychology can also refer to this information.

Where this information is not relevant to a specific course this will be noted here and on the specific course page.

Applicants with higher education study are assessed by calculating a grade point average (GPA) weighted according to the point value of individual units across undergraduate and/or graduate studies undertaken.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) will be assessed as part of the offer stage of an application. Prospective students will be asked to submit information (e.g., unit outlines, handbooks etc.) for the units completed at a different provider or institute as part of their acceptance of offer. Prospective students will also submit a letter outlining the ISN units RPL is sought for.  RPL or credit transfer will be considered based on unit equivalence (content) and the level of study (e.g., undergraduate, or postgraduate).


Applicants with Higher Education Studies Applying for an Undergraduate Degree

Applicants are selected on academic merit based on the GPA calculated from the academic record or transcript submitted to ISN.

 

Less than one year of higher education

If an applicant has completed less than one full year of higher education study, ISN will consider a students VCE marks and ATAR for entry into an undergraduate course. Should an applicant not have a secondary qualification equivalent to VCE the applicant may be eligible for entry under the Applicants with Work and Life Experience or Vocational Education and Training (please see the relevant sections for more information).

One year of Higher education Study

Applicants who have completed at least one year of higher education study will be assessed, primarily, for entry into an ISN undergraduate degree based on the calculated GPA. Studies completed at university level with a credit (60% +) average or above will be considered for entry into an undergraduate program.

Two or more years of Higher Education Study

The GPA for all units completed across higher education study will be calculated to assess academic merit for entry into an undergraduate ISN degree.


Applicants with Higher Education Studies Applying for an Honours Year

Applicants are selected on academic merit based on the GPA calculated from the academic record or transcript submitted to ISN and at least one academic or professional reference.

Applicants wishing to commence an honours degree, i.e. Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), at ISN must provide evidence, in the form of an official transcript(s) showing completion of an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited undergraduate degree in psychology within the last 10 years.

A credit average (60-69%) must be attained in second and third year psychology units of an APAC accredited undergraduate psychology degree as a minimum entry requirement.

Applicants with an average between 60-65% may be asked to attend an interview as part of the application process.

To assess academic merit for entry into an honours program, ISN will calculate a GPA for all psychology units completed across the second and third year of undergraduate higher education study.

Applicants who completed a bridging course in psychology e.g., Graduate Diploma in Psychology can apply for an honours year. The GPA will be calculated across all Graduate Diploma units and weighted by unit points to determine eligibility for entry.

Applicants with an international degree must submit a letter from the Australian Psychological Association (APS) as proof of equivalence to an Australian undergraduate degree.

Places in the honours course are capped for each intake period and this information is available on the course specific page. Applicants are ranked for entry into the course based on academic merit and referee reports.


Applicants with Higher Education Studies Applying for a Postgraduate degree

Applicants are selected for short-listing based on academic merit, two academic reference, a personal statement and relevant work/ life experience.

Applicants wishing to commence postgraduate studies with ISN e.g., Master of Psychology (Clinical), must provide evidence, in the form of an official transcript(s) showing successful completion of an APAC accredited undergraduate degree (year 1 -3) or equivalent bridging program and an honours degree in psychology or equivalent (e.g., Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology) within the last 10 years.

A 75% average must be attained in the honours, or 4th year equivalent, APAC accredited degree as a minimum entry requirement.

The GPA for all units completed during a 4th year/ honours year of higher education study will be calculated to assess academic merit for entry into a postgraduate ISN degree.

Applicants with an international degree must submit a letter from the Australian Psychological Association (APS) as proof of equivalence to an Australian undergraduate and honours degree.

Places in the postgraduate course are capped for each intake period and this information is available on the course specific page. Short listed applicants are ranked for entry into the course based on academic merit, referee reports, a personal statement, relevant work and/or life experience and an interview.

The information in this section relates to applicants who have completed vocational education or training as the highest level of study. Where this information is not relevant to a specific course this will be noted here and on the specific course page.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) – where applicable, will be assessed as part of the offer stage of an application. Prospective students will be asked to submit information (e.g., unit outlines, handbooks etc.) for the units completed as part of VET studies during their acceptance of offer. Prospective students will also submit a letter outlining the ISN units RPL is sought for.  RPL or credit transfer will be considered based on unit equivalence (content) and the level of study.


 

Applicants with Vocational Education Applying for an Undergraduate Degree

Applicants who have completed VET studies and wish to apply for entry into an undergraduate bachelor’s degree course can apply:

  • under the employment and life experience pathway and/or sit the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT); or
  • applicants who can provide evidence of completing Diploma or Advance Diploma level studies with an average grade of 60% or above in an area related to psychology are eligible for entry into an ISN undergraduate program.

Applicants with VET study can provide evidence of further studies and work experience as part of their application for entry in the form of a personal statement. Please submit a copy of any official transcripts and/or VCE or STAT results and complete and submit a Personal Statement via our online application form. The personal statement should be no more than 500 words and is used to assess an applicant’s ability and aptitude to study psychology.


 

Applicants with Vocational Education Applying for an Honours Year

There is no entry pathway into a psychology honours degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate degree. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.


 

Applicants with Vocational Education Applying for a Postgraduate degree

There is no entry pathway into a psychology postgraduate degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate and honours degree. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.

Applicants with Recent Secondary Education Applying for an Undergraduate Degree

Australian Year 12 students

Applicants who have recently completed year 12 in Australia will be selected based on study scores or an interstate equivalent and/or overall ATAR/ Tertiary Admissions Ranking. The entry requirements, including minimum ATAR, are available under the specific course page. Please see the Interstate Year 12 section for more information on comparison of interstate year 12 course results against the Victorian Study Score to check that you meet entry requirements.

The standard required to receive an offer during an intake period may be above the minimum ATAR depending on the number and quality of applications received and places available for that intake period. This means, where ATAR is used, that the selection rank can change between academic years and is not known before applicants are selected for an undergraduate course in a particular academic year. The lowest selection rank is not a representation of the average ability of students accepted into an ISN undergraduate course nor does it reflect the difficulty or quality of the course content.

ISN Psychology publish an ATAR or entry profile for each academic year. As of 2020 this profile will contain a lowest ATAR that resulted in an offer to the course in semester 1, 2019 and the lowest selection rank that resulted in an offer to the course in semester 1, 2019.

The ATAR profile is intended as a guide to determine your likelihood of receiving an offer in an ISN Psychology undergraduate course. The guide provides a broad overview of ATARs and selection ranks may differ between academic years. ISN Psychology is not part of VTAC and therefore you can opt to apply for an ISN course directly via our website and submit your preferences for other university courses via VTAC. If you require assistance please contact ISN directly.

The ATAR profile data published on each course page is in line with the Australian Government Tertiary Education Quality & Standards Agency (TEQSA) admissions transparency requirements. The 2019 cohort of undergraduates will be the first cohort to commence in an ISN undergraduate course. The data in the ATAR profile reflects this in the form of N/A annotation. In 2020, the ATAR profile will be based on offers to recent school leavers (i.e., students who completed year 12 between 2018 and 2019) who were selected on the basis of their ATAR.

Lowest Selection Rank

The lowest selection rank is determined by the number of places available in the course, the number of applicants for the course, and the quality of applications.

ATAR-related adjustments

At present ISN Psychology does not make any adjustment to ATAR-based admissions or offer bonus points.

Interstate Year 12

Use the tables below to compare year 12 courses and results. This will assist you to determine if you meet course prerequisites and entry requirements.

VIC VCE Study Score ACT Scaled Mark NSW HSC Band non-Extension NSW HSC Band Extension Course NT NTCET QLD QCE Grade SA Student Achievement Score TAS TCE Grade WA WACE Scaled Mark International Baccalaureate
IB HL IB SL
41+ 180+ 6 (90 -100 marks) E4 A+, A VH A+, A EA 79+ 6,7 7
35-40 159-179 5 (80 – 89 marks) E3 A-, B+ VH A-, B+ HA 67-78 5 6
30-34 142-158 4 (70 – 79 marks) E3 B, B- H B, B- CA 58-66 4 5
26-29 130-141 3 (60-69 marks) E2 C+ S C+ SA 52-57 3 4
25 125-129 2 (50-59 marks) E1 C, C- S C, C- SA 50-51 3 4
1-24 1-124 1 (0-49 marks) E1 D+, D, D-, E+, E, E- L, VL D+, D, D-, E+, E, E- NN 1-49 1,2 1,2,3

Courses Comparable to VIC VCE Courses by State

VIC Subject Name

ACT Subject Name

NSW

Subject Name

QLD Subject Name

SA Subject Name

TAS Subject Name

WA Subject Name

English

Creative Writing
English, English (NHT), English Language, Literature English (Major) English Advanced English English; English Literacy Studies English; English 1A^; English 1B^; English Literature; English Communications; English Writing; Introduction to English A/Studying Texts^ English; Literature
English as a Second Language; English as an Additional Language ESL (Major)/ ESL for Academic Purposes English as a Second Language English for ESL Learners English as an Additional Language English as an Additional Language or Dialect English as an Additional Language or Dialect

Mathematics

Further Mathematics; Further Mathematics NHT), Mathematics Methods Mathematical Applications Mathematics General 2 Mathematics A General Mathematics General Mathematics; Mathematics Methods – Foundation Mathematics Applications
Mathematical Methods; Mathematical Methods (CAS) CBE; Mathematical Methods (NHT) Mathematical Methods/Further Mathematics (Major); Specialist Mathematics/ Specialist Methods (Major) Mathematics Mathematics B; Mathematics I Mathematical Methods Mathematics Methods 4 Mathematics Methods
Specialist Mathematics; Specialist Mathematics (NHT) Specialist Mathematics/ Specialist Methods (Double Major); Specialist Mathematics – ANU/ Discrete Mathematics ANU/UC Mathematics Extension 1 and 2 Mathematics C Specialist Mathematics Advanced Calculus and Applications 1B^; Calculus and Applications 1A^; Calculus and Applications 1B^; Mathematics Specialised Mathematics Specialist

Other Subjects (Excluding Languages)

Biology, Biology (NHT) Biology/ Biological Science/ Biological Studies; Conservation Biology (H)/ Biodiversity – ANU; Human Biology Biology Biology Biology Biology; Human Anatomy and Physiology 1A^; Human Anatomy and Physiology 1B^ Biology; Human Biology
Chemistry; Chemistry (NHT) Chemistry/ Chemistry (H) Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry Chemistry; Chemistry 1A Hobart^; Chemistry 1B Hobart^ Chemistry
Geography Geography Geography Geography Geography Geography Geography
Psychology Psychology; Psychology A^; Psychology B^ Psychology
Physics; Physics (NHT) Physics/ Astrophysics; Physics/Flight; Physics – ANU; Physics – Interstate Physics Physics Physics Physics; Physics 1A^; Physics 1B^ Physics

*Information in this table is applicable for 2019 admissions. Students who completed year 12 in a state other than Victoria will be considered for entry into an ISN undergraduate course on the basis of their final year 12 grades. ISN will consider student’s tertiary admission ranking and/ or compare interstate student’s final year 12 results against VCE Study scores.


Applicants with Recent Secondary Education Applying for an Honours Degree

There is no entry pathway into a psychology honours degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate degree. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.


Applicants with Recent Secondary Education Applying for a Postgraduate degree

There is no entry pathway into a psychology postgraduate degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate and honours degrees. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.

Applicants with Work and Life Experience Applying for an Undergraduate Degree

Information in this section is for applicants who completed their secondary studies more than two years ago and wish to apply for an ISN undergraduate degree.

Applicants over the age of 21 with no formal education qualification can provide evidence of work experience as part of their application for entry. Please submit a Personal Statement via our online application form. The personal statement should be no more than 500 words and provide information about your work experience to date and how this has prepared you for psychological studies.

A selection rank can be allocated to applicants with no formal education on the basis of skill level and length of service. Please refer to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) to determine skill level. To be eligible for a selection rank based on employment experience you must:

  • Demonstrate that you have been in paid employment for at least six months full-time (or equivalent);
    • This can be continuing employment with a single employer; or
    • Periods of employment within the same position at different employers.
  • Provide a statement of employment from your employer including information about the role, duties and the length of employment;
    • Applicants who are self employed should provide a statement from their accountant, solicitor or tax agent confirming their role, duties and duration;

Applicants who fall within this category can also opt to sit the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). For more information on STAT please visit your relevant Tertiary Admissions Centre website – VTAC, UAC or QTAC.

The personal statement, employment statement and (if provided) STAT results will be used to assess an applicant’s ability and aptitude to study psychology. This will determine if an application is successful. In some instances an applicant within this category may be invited to attend an interview as part of this assessment process.


 

Applicants with Work and Life Experience Applying for an Honours Degree

There is no entry pathway into a psychology honours degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate degree. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.


 

Applicants with Work and Life Experience Applying for a Postgraduate degree

There is no entry pathway into a psychology postgraduate degree for applicants without the necessary higher education undergraduate and honours degrees. Please see Applicants with higher education study for more information on entry requirements.

Course Sequence

(Order of unit sequence subject to change)

Semester 1

ISN101 Introduction to Psychology 1

ISN102 Introduction to Psychology 2

ISN103 Psychology Research and the Psychology Profession

ISN104 Biological Foundations of Psychology

Semester 2

ISN111 History and Philosophy of Psychology

ISN112 Learning & Motivation

ISN113 Psychology Statistics

ISN114 Foundations of Neuroscience

Semester 1

ISN201 Social Psychology

ISN202 Human Nature 1: Evolutionary Psychology

ISN203 Research Methods

ISN204 Cultures and Psychology

Semester 2

ISN211 Developmental Psychology

ISN212 Perception Cognition and Language

ISN213 Individual Differences and Personality

ISN214 Human Nature 2: Social Neuroscience

Semester 1

ISN301 Applied Psychology and the Psychology Profession

ISN302 Abnormal Psychology

ISN303 Basics of Psychological Assessment

ISN304 Human Nature 3: Behavioural Economics and Civilisations

Semester 2

ISN311 Childhood and Adolescence

ISN312 Research Project

ISN313 Counselling Theories

Electives:

ISN314 Clinical Neuroscience

ISN315 Artificial Intelligence and Applied Bioengineering