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  MA Research Methods (Developmental Psychology)


Durham University    Department of Psychology

Full time September MA 1 year full-time
Psychology (31)

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Immerse yourself in the world of human development with the MA Research Methods (Developmental Psychology) programme at Durham University. This ESRC-accredited degree equips you with essential research skills to pave the way for a successful career as a research psychologist or developmental psychologist. Delve into a tailored study programme that blends departments across the University, offering a comprehensive exploration of human development through a research lens. The course places a strong emphasis on research methods training, covering both quantitative and qualitative approaches. With a focus on dissertation work, you have the freedom to delve into any area of psychology related to development. Benefit from a mix of lectures, seminars, and practical classes, providing a well-rounded learning experience. Entry requirements include a 2:1 in Psychology or a related subject, ensuring a cohort of dedicated and passionate individuals. With outstanding facilities and expert supervision, Durham University's Department of Psychology offers a world-class environment for postgraduate study. Embark on this transformative journey and unlock a myriad of career opportunities in psychology and beyond.

About the course

Develop crucial research skills in the study of human development that will set you on the path to a future as a research psychologist or developmental psychologist.

The MA in Research Methods (Developmental Psychology) is an ESRC-accredited Social Sciences & Health Faculty degree in which departments from across the University work together to deliver a tailored study programme that explores human development through a research lens.

It is primarily designed for students who plan to continue their graduate studies at PhD level in the broad area of developmental psychology or work as a research psychologist. It is also relevant for students wishing to pursue careers in applied areas, such as clinical or educational psychology.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 in Psychology or Psychology related subject (or equivalent).


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