2:1 in Psychology or Psychology related subject (or equivalent).
Months of entry
The aim of the MSc Developmental Psychopathology is to provide advanced research training for students interested in pursuing careers in the field of research, child development and clinical or educational psychology. The subject-specific and generic postgraduate training provided by the course enables students to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding required of a professional conducting research in clinical, child development or other fields.
Research training forms a key focus of the MSc programme. In addition to providing training in basic research, the course aims to integrate research perspectives from clinical and educational psychology. This distinctive emphasis is reflected in the learning outcomes, structure and assessment of the course.
Teaching is generally organised into a number of 10 week course units involving 2 to 3 hours of lectures, seminars and workshops. Each 10 week unit is assessed by means of formative and summative assessments. The summative assessments count towards the final degree outcome. For the programme as a whole, the assessments include examinations, written assignments, oral presentations and the dissertation.Core Modules
- Advanced Developmental Psychopathology Review (15 credits)
- Research Practice (15 credits)
- Critical Analysis (15 credits)
- Research Design in Child and Clinical Psychology (15 credits)
- Current Issues in Developmental Psychology & Psychopathology (30 credits)
- Applied Statistics (30 credits)
- Dissertation (60 credits).
Information for international students
English Language requirements include an IELTS of 7.0 or above in all components (with no component under 6.5) or equivalent.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Department of Psychology
- (0) 191 334 3273