- Undertaking other Level 3 courses in the Humanities and Behavioural Sciences
- A pathway to further study at university and a career in the police or defence forces, social work, nursing, teaching, management, law, medicine and psychology, the sport sciences, or public relations.
May lead to
‘A’/‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English.
- About human behaviour and experiences of the individual
- How individuals make sense of the world
- The relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviour, and how these are underpinned by environmental and biological factors
- How to conduct research in the field of psychology.
- Investigate theories and ideas that explain human behaviour
- Learn how to conduct research in the field of psychology
- Develop an understanding of the scientific method used in psychology
- Investigate topics such as personality, intelligence and gender-specific behaviour; sensation, perception and altered states of consciousness; learning, memory, perception and individual differences
- Engage in group discussion and presentations
- Complete practical exercises, investigations, essays and report writing
- Undertake and complete an Individual Project (externally assessed).
- Is curious about the nature of human behaviour and factors that impact on behaviour
- Enjoys engaging in inquiry projects and a range of required reading
- Is capable of creating a range of texts such as essays and reports
- Has good reading, writing and organisational skills.