The Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours is a one year program made up of two parts (subjects PSY4HNA and PSY4HNB ). It requires the completion of 120 credit points, either over one year of full time study or over two years of part time study. The main components of the course are (a) a supervised research project, (b) blended seminars on psychological research methods, (c) blended seminars on current issues in psychology and evidence- based psychological assessment and practice, and (d) a blended learning online subject on ethical and professional issues. Following the successful completion of the Honours year, these students will graduate with a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours). The Honours course is presently offered only at the Bundoora Campus although students from the Bendigo and Albury-Wodonga campuses may apply. Applications are made online, along with a supplementary form of additional information. The Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours degree requires the completion of 120 credit points over one year of full-time study, or over two years of part-time study.