School of Social Sciences and Psychology
The School of Social Sciences and Psychology offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including research programs that combine advanced academic knowledge with real-life training to suit a range of career needs and interests in a wide range of disciplines. The School is committed to the integration of teaching, research and practice for the betterment of society and for the enhancement of human performance and life satisfaction.
The School's academic staff are active researchers and experienced lecturers, including staff from the School’s two Research Centres:
- Urban Research Centre;(opens in a new window) and the
- Religion and Society Research Centre (opens in a new window)
- Foundational Processes of Behaviour; and
- Diversities, Ethics and Education
The School commenced in 2012, being a merger of the School of Social Sciences and the School of Psychology. The combined School has an active research culture which encompasses a range of theoretical and epistemological approaches, and a strong program of postgraduate training reflecting the diverse and multi-disciplinary interests of staff.