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Course summary

Our Clinical Child Psychology Masters degree course provides you with a strong foundation for research and will complement your professional clinical training. You’ll gain a comprehensive theoretical knowledge of the field, as well as the practical ability to design and evaluate clinical research programmes. Specialist modules focus on diagnosis and treatment of different conditions, developmental psychopathology (including causes and impacts) and the broader issues surrounding psychological research. While studying clinical child psychology at ARU, you’ll also train in quantitative and qualitative research methods, including infant observation, assessment and diagnostic interviewing, neuroimaging (electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography) as well as neuropsychological assessment. This leads up to your dissertation project, which will involve significant independent research with the guidance and support of our expert staff. Please note that this course does not include clinical work with children, patients or mental health service users. This course does not constitute professional training, though it can support entry to a Ddctorate in clinical psychology (or equivalent). We encourage you to seek out relevant paid or voluntary experience while completing your studies; our course is designed to facilitate this.

Modules

Core modules Issues in Scientific Research Diagnosis and Treatment in Clinical Child Psychology Developmental Psychopathology Quantitative Research Methods Masters Project

Assessment method

We’ll assess your theoretical and applied understanding through essays, portfolios, exams, presentations, debates, data analysis and dissertation.


Entry requirements

Applicants require either a 2.2 in psychology with graduate basis for recognition (GBR) for the British Psychology Society (BPS), or 2.1 or above in non-accredited degree in psychology (or closely related discipline, such as health psychology, joint Honours psychology, or neuropsychology). If English is not the 1st language students are expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS 6.5 (academic level) or equivalent English Language qualification, as recognised by Anglia Ruskin University.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

Please refer to our website for details: https://aru.ac.uk/study/tuition-fees
Clinical Child Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University - UCAS