yeh, you can, but its not easy (I don't want to put you off though). The reason is that psychology is a science and therefore usually studied under B.Science or B.Adv.Sci, or in B.Psych if you're really serious and want to one day become a psychologist -not B.Arts (even though you can major in it under Arts I think).Originally posted by sukiyaki
do b arts? and major in it?
but remember you'll have to catch up when you transfer - B.Psych has a psychology course in first year that you are only allowed to attend if you are in the B.Psych degree.Originally posted by iambored
yeah i think it's b arts, and then u can transfer
95 is pretty high, so there are other ways to get in, i am sure of it
You sure about that? I know it's not the case at USYD...Originally posted by j-belle
but remember you'll have to catch up when you transfer - B.Psych has a psychology course in first year that you are only allowed to attend if you are in the B.Psych degree.
I've never heard of an Australian academic who could afford a mansionOriginally posted by j-belle
some on-campus, some off-campus (eg one this year was held at the Professor's mansion).
a lot of the School of Psychology lecturers and professors are from the US and UK (and have done most of their work/research overseas). Then again, a lot of them also don't just lecture/do research, several of them also own private practices in Sydney.Originally posted by Lexicographer
I've never heard of an Australian academic who could afford a mansion
can i do this even if i say, combine Bscience (major in psychology) with Engineering...then would i still be able to study psychology?Originally posted by Lord Ac
Yes. Majoring in psyc until you do transfer (if you qualify).