A USQ Psychology degree enables students to combine their passion for human behaviour with electives in human resource management, law, and human physiology, making it a good option for a double major across other faculties or departments. The degree is also unique in other ways, offering courses in Cross Cultural and Indigenous Psychology and Clinical Health Psychology (which is rare in an undergrad degree). A study of the Australian workforce by the Department of Education, Employment and Training identified psychology as the fastest growth profession. Graduates of this degree can work as welfare officers, youth workers or in child safety or corrective services. A psychology degree can also open up a raft of job opportunities in a multitude of industries including jobs in the public and private sector, marketing, human resource management, counselling and sport. The degree is accredited by the Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) as providing the first three years of the necessary requirements for full membership of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the first three years of the necessary requirements for full registration as a psychologist in Queensland. Full registration as a psychologist requires an Honours year plus two years of supervised practice or an Honours year plus a Masters or Doctorate degree.