Postgraduate study in psychology usually builds on foundational psychological knowledge and skills obtained during an accredited four years of undergraduate study.
At this level, study becomes more explicitly focussed on the skills and requirements needed by professional practitioners.
Accredited and approved professional postgraduate courses tend to focus on developing competencies in areas such as ethical practice, legal and professional matters, psychological assessment and measurement, intervention strategies, and research and evaluation.
More information on postgraduate psychology study options are available on the study pathways page.
For a full list of education providers who offer accredited and approved postgraduate degrees visit the Psychology Board of Australia's list of APAC-accredited and Board-approved degrees.