Children’s Psychological Disorders (MSc)
Processing time: 30 days
International tuition: £20,950
Domestic tuition: £9,350
- Training in emotional, cognitive and neurodevelopmental assessments for children. - Training in the use of classification systems of childhood disorders. - Training in observational coding of child behaviour and parent-child interaction. - Becoming familiar with the foundations of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. - Understanding of how to choose and apply the most appropriate intervention strategy for different problem areas. - Effective communication using a range of oral and written formats. - Based in the Cardiff University Centre for Human Developmental Science (CUCHDS), which locates a Neurodevelopment Assessment Unit (NDAU), which offers families assistance with problems relating to child development and parenting. - Taught by researchers who are recognised internationally for their scientific excellence. - Using a scientist-practitioner model to offer a programme that bridges science and practice.
This program can be done
- TOEFL iBT
You will be required to have a relevant four year Bakalavr bachelor's degree from a recognised institution, with grades of approximately 80% or above to be considered for our postgraduate taught courses. If your bachelor's degree is marked out of a GPA of 5.0, you will be required to have an average of at least 4.0.
- Research degree (PhD) and academic career in developmental psychopathology. - A career in translational research in practice or in applied research centres, in mental health or educational services. - Work in clinical or educational practice as an assistant psychologist. - The qualification will be helpful for those who will later want to apply for a DClinPsych or DEdPsych degree. - Work in a variety of professional fields involving work with children and young people, such as education, health and social care, family policy, youth work, justice, international development and charity work.
Cardiff , United Kingdom