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The mission of the Human Development Program is to understand human development as characterized by different developmental trajectories both typical and atypical throughout the life-span. We seek to provide students with a strong foundational knowledge of typical human development as well as an appreciation of the diversity of developmental trajectories and recognition that children are characterized by diverse learning, social and emotional needs.
The Human Development program offers a Master's Degree (MA) and Doctorate Degree (PhD) in Educational Psychology, majoring in Human Development. The goal of these programs is to develop researchers, academics, and practitioners who specialize in different aspects of human development.
Through coursework and research apprenticeships, students are exposed to major themes that inform research and theory in human development. Ongoing interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research and development programs initiated by faculty provide rich and unique training opportunities for graduate students. The program places strong emphasis on research methodology as well as the application of research. Using a mentorship model, students are encouraged to become involved with research in the department as well as develop their own program of research.
Content courses offer in-depth views on the child and adolescent development including:
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1. Letters of Reference (3)
2. Statement of Research Interest and Preferred Supervisor(s)
3. Provide references & upload supporting documents
6. Personal Statement
7. Proof of English language proficiency
An undergraduate degree in education, psychology, or another field relevant to the proposed studies in Educational Psychology. It is recommended that some prior study of a relevant branch of psychology form part of the undergraduate training. Minimum CGPA of 3.0 out of a 4.0 or higher in undergraduate studies.
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