Psychology

Watch psychology graduate Tia Minnoch's story

Are you interested in what influences human behaviour? Study psychology to learn about the brain, behaviour, personalities, people and relationships.

With psychology you can work in areas as diverse as advertising marketing, public relations, police work, community work, human resource management and related roles.

Psychology qualifications

We offer diploma and degree level psychology and mental health qualifications in a range of areas.

Course only study

If you have specific study or professional goals, our course only study option may be for you. With course only study, you can enrol in one course or a few, to gain the skills you need.

Go to the Course only information linked to below to find out more about this study option. Check the choose courses tab to see what psychology courses you can study.

Being an empathic people-person and having a genuine interest in what motivates people’s behaviours, attitudes and actions, and wanting to pursue a progressive career along this vein, Psychology was the obvious choice.

Erin Kernohan, Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) graduate

 

Interested in a career within addiction services?

You may be able to study our applied degree pathway which will give you practical skills to help people who are experiencing addiction issues.

Our pathway is recognised by professional association, Addiction Practitioners Association of Aotearoa, New Zealand (DAPAANZ).

Study options

Level Credits

Level

7

Credits

120

Fees

Variable costs apply

Level

7

Credits

360

Fees

$13,140

Level

7

Credits

400

Fees

$14,600

Level

7

Credits

360

Fees

$13,140

Level

7

Credits

360

Fees

$14,600