The primary aim of this report was to examine staff member views of the current curriculum and the curriculum review and proposal within the School of Psychology at Massey University, New Zealand. This report examines these views to obtain a greater understanding of staff opinion and to form some recommendations on the development of the undergraduate psychology curriculum. The report covers two important areas. It analyses staff feedback on the current undergraduate curriculum, including its relevancy and what changes are needed. It also examines staff opinion on the curriculum review process concerning terms of reference to aid further curriculum review, preferred and non-preferred teaching arrangements, and the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed curriculum framework.
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