Uzaktan Eğitim Lisans Programı içinde Sosyoloji victoria Avustralya

En iyi Uzaktan Eğitim Lisans Dereceleri içinde Sosyoloji victoria Avustralya 2017

Sosyoloji

Lisans derecesi yüksek öğrenimin en önemli özelliğidir. Belirli bir alanda üç ila yedi yıl eğitim alan öğrencilere verilen bir derecedir. Lisans derecesi sanattan bilime kadar birçok farklı disiplinde alınabilmektedir.

Sosyoloji dalında lisans derecesi Öğrenciler insan etkileşimi ve sosyal davranış değişik alanları ile ilgili bilgi verilecektir. Bu alanlar ekonomi, kültür, eğitim medya ve suç arasında değişir. Bu etkili sosyologlar çeşitli kariyer yapmak için izin verir.

Devlet üniversiteleri ile ilgili en uygun seçenek uzaktır. Özel okullar da uzaktan eğitim deneyimi çok daha iyi yardım sağlamak. Çeşitli çevrimiçi üniversite dünyanın her yerinden büyük mesafelerde öğretmen ve öğrenci eğitim görüyor. Bu çok bir uzaktan eğitim sınıfta çeşitliliği artar ve derece farklı topluluklar, bölgeler ve uzak kültürlerden gelen kişiler arasında zorlu konuşma üretir.

Avustralya, dünyanın yüksek öğrenim en iyi 100 kurumun yedi var! Avustralya Ulusal Yüksek Öğretim Sistemleri Universitas 2.012 U21 Sıralaması sekizinci yerleştirerek, Almanya, Hollanda ve Japonya seviyor oturur.

Victoria sekiz üniversite ve teknik ve ileri eğitim kolaylaştırmak çeşitli hükümet tarafından işletilen kurumlar vardır. Buna ek olarak, alanında yüksek öğrenim üstlenen araştırmacılar için iyi bir devlet Kütüphanesi vardır.

Uzaktan Eğitim Lisans Program içinde Sosyoloji victoria Avustralya'da

Devamını oku

Bachelor of Psychology

Charles Sturt University
Kampüs veya Online Tam zamanlı Yarı zamanlı 4 - 8 yıl January 2017 Avustralya Wagga Wagga + 1 daha

While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. [+]

Uzaktan Eğitim Lisans Dereceleri içinde Sosyoloji victoria Avustralya. Explore human behaviour while gaining an understanding of people’s wellbeing with CSU’s Bachelor of Psychology. This is a popular field of study helping you to gain insights into human nature relevant to every career and every workplace. As health professionals, psychologists use the discipline’s knowledge to help resolve people’s social and behavioural problems and enhance their welfare. As scientists, psychologists undertake research into aspects of human behaviour and mental processes. The Bachelor of Psychology is delivered by a cohort of industry leaders with valuable professional relationships and networks. While CSU’s four-year Bachelor of Psychology provides you with the minimum academic requirements to pursue a career as a psychologist, you will also be qualified to take up employment in one of the diverse fields in which psychological knowledge is highly valued. Why study this course? Reasons to study our Bachelor of Psychology: work with industry leaders in highly interactive and personalised classroom environments benefit from CSU’s small classes and personalised learning, supported by dedicated lecturers who are leaders in the field graduates meet the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist choose the study mode that suits you: study online or on campus at Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga you may be eligible to receive credit for prior study and graduate sooner apply to complete part of your course overseas. CSU provides you with a comprehensive degree in psychology that will form the foundation for your future career. You will acquire knowledge across a range of key areas, including: cognition developmental and social psychology psychological testing biopsychology psychopathology personality learning theory research methodology. You will also study units in sociology and complete a minor study chosen from disciplines including: biology English history and politics human resource management Indigenous studies information technology justice studies management marketing mathematics and statistics philosophy social welfare sociology. A broad choice of electives is available, including units on substance abuse, stress and trauma, and the psychology of crime and the legal system. It is important that you choose minors and subjects in consultation with the Course Director to ensure course requirements are met. You may also have the opportunity to apply to complete a supervised experience at an international university. Meritorious students will be eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), and all students must satisfy academic criteria by the end of third year (or equivalent) in order to progress into the fourth year (or equivalent) of this course. Students who do not satisfy the criteria for progression to fourth year will graduate with a three-year psychology degree, the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). The Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may also be used as a pathway to the Bachelor of Psychology for students who do not meet the initial entry requirements, as the ATAR (or equivalent) for entry into the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) is lower. Career opportunities A psychology degree opens many doors. Completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. You could be a fully registered psychologist with a further two years of training and experience (see above). You could also explore related careers where psychological knowledge is highly prized, in areas such as: counselling social policy and research human resources market research social welfare health educational and correctional facilities. National statistics indicate earnings for psychologists are above average and employment opportunities for psychologists are expected to grow very strongly. Professional recognition The accrediting body for all psychology courses is the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC). The peak professional body is the Australian Psychological Society (APS). The course is accredited with APAC as a four-year sequence of study. Successful completion of the course satisfies the minimum academic requirements for provisional registration as a psychologist. General registration requires a further two years of training and experience, comprising one of: two years of supervised work experience; completion of two years of study in an APAC-accredited postgraduate program; or one year of further university study, followed by one year of supervised work experience. Admission information Indicative ATAR 80.00 Applicants should note a high level of previous academic achievement is required for admission to this course. Applicants who are not basing their application for admission to this course on their ATAR (or equivalent), should note that a high level of previous academic achievement can be used as a basis for application (e.g., a GPA of 5.5 which is between Credit and Distinction grades across 8 university level subjects). Applicants who do not meet the entry requirement for the Bachelor of Psychology may be eligible for entry into CSU’s Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). Students who perform well in the Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) may apply to transfer into the Bachelor Psychology in the 3rd year (equivalent full-time) of study. [-]