- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology
- Master of Applied Science (MASc) in Developmental and Communication Science (DCS)
For the overall program requirements, go to Degree Requirements.
PhD students in Developmental must complete a total of 12 courses.
Mandatory and core courses must be taken for a numerical grade. Breadth courses may be taken for credit/no credit.
- Two mandatory statistics courses from this list: Psychology (PSYCH) 630, 632, 800, 801, 804
Six Developmental courses from this list:
- PSYCH 680 Special Topics in Child Behaviour and Development
- PSYCH 701 Foundations in Cognitive/Social Development: Basic
- PSYCH 702 Foundations in Cognitive/Social Development: Social Cognitive Development
- PSYCH 705 Foundations in Language Development: Basic Language Development
- PSYCH 706 Foundations in Language Development: Pragmatics of Language
- PSYCH 708 Reasoning about Ownership of Property
- PSYCH 709 Reasoning about Beliefs and Desires
- PSYCH 713 Theories of Pretence
- Four breadth courses from research areas outside of Developmental.
In addition, students must attend the weekly Developmental seminar PSYCH 710 in the Fall and Winter terms.
2 mandatory statistics courses from this list:
6 Developmental courses from this list:
|4 Breadth courses from research areas outside of Developmental|
|Weekly Developmental seminar Psych 710 in the Fall and Winter terms|
Academic Integrity Workshop
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Go to MASc DCS for the program description.
Go to course requirements for MASc DCS for coursework and internship information.
Note: The requirement of a Master’s Research Paper applies only to those MASc DCS students completing a 2.5 unit Research Lab Internship (in conjunction with a 0.5 unit Community Location Internship). All other MASc DCS students, completing a 1.5 unit Research Lab Internship (in conjunction with a 1.5 unit Community Location Internship), should confirm the research project requirements with their advisor, who will be the sole grader of the project.
Last updated: June 24, 2019