The MSc Atypical Child Development course aims to provide graduates with an advanced study in developmental Psychology focussing on patterns of atypical development and childhood developmental disorders. The course aims to provide you with:
• a critical understanding of the relationship between typical and atypical development • a detailed knowledge of the research findings on specific examples of atypical child development (e.g. dyslexia, autistic spectrum disorders, motor co-ordination disorders, and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder) • an ability to use developmental psychological theories to formulate research questions • the skills to apply theories and findings into different employment settings.
A First Class or 2.1 Honours degree in Psychology, or another relevant discipline, or equivalent recognised qualification.
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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