Resources for Education Providers
The following resources are intended for use by education providers offering APAC-accredited programs of study in psychology. For permission to reproduce the information contained in any of these links, please contact the author(s) directly.
Graduate Attributes of the Four-Year Australian Undergraduate Psychology Program
The Graduate Attributes of the Australian Undergraduate Psychology Program were produced as part of the Carrick Associate Fellowship project, "Sustainable and evidence-based learning and teaching approaches to the undergraduate psychology curriculum", and "Designing a diverse and future-oriented vision for undergraduate psychology in Australia", a Discipline-based Initiative funded by the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (see Appendix II), and supported by the Australian Psychological Society, and the University of New South Wales (School of Psychology; Learning and Teaching@UNSW).
For further information on this document, please contact Associate Professor Jacquelyn Cranney at the University of New South Wales.
Benchmarking Criteria for Level E Academic Positions
It is recommended that education providers read and make use of the APAC Accreditation Checklist prior to submitting an application for accreditation. This document will be updated periodically to ensure it remains consistent with the APAC Rules for Accreditation & Accreditation Standards for Psychology Courses.
Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee Grades for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework Degree Subjects 2002
Grades of assessment employed in programs of study offered by education providers should confirm to the guidelines set down in the Australian Vice-Chancellors'Committee Grades for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework Degree Subjects 2002. (83kb)