MSc Developmental Cognitive Science
Seeks to enhance your understanding of key theoretical and practical issues about typical and atypical development in children and young people
Why study Developmental Cognitive Science at Edinburgh?
- The programme is unique in focussing on a developmental cognitive science approach to typical and atypical development in children and young people
- The University of Edinburgh has a long tradition of expertise in developmental psychology and in cognitive science and is ideally placed to bring these two disciplines together in one programme
- Our research environment is rated as 100% conducive to world-leading research, and 82% of our research is rated as outstanding in terms of its reach and significance (REF 2014).
This unique programme seeks to enhance your understanding of key theoretical and practical issues about typical and atypical development in children and young people
Programme structure and assessment
This programme comprises nine core courses, one or two optional courses and a dissertation
As a postgraduate student you will have access to a wide range of research resources and state-of-the-art facilities
Learning outcomes and careers
This programme provides you with a range of knowledge and skills to prepare you for a variety of career paths
Help with your application
When applying you should include a personal statement detailing your academic abilities and your reasons for applying for the programme
Programme teaching staff
Staff profiles of those involved in teaching on the programme