MSс Human Development: Genetics, Neuroscience and Psychology
Subject Area: Interdisciplinary
Faculty: International Centre for Research in Human Development, Psychology
Qualification: MSc in Psychology
Deputy Programme Director: Dr. Olga Yevgenyevna Bogdanova (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Programme language: English
Modes and duration:
Full-time: 2 years
Campus based (intensive 2-week study/assessment sessions in September, December, February and June in Year 1 & September, December & February in Year 2) + Distance learning elements, supported by TSU Virtual Learning Environment - MOODLE
Compulsory and Elective Modules
Individual study trajectories through interest-based electives, specialization and research projects
Early Child Development
Genetics, Bioinformatics and Neuroscience
Personalised Education: Diagnostics, Prevention, Correction, Talent and Creativity Fostering
- Interdisciplinary Study of Development
- Individual Differences
- Research Methods
- Behavioural Genetics
- Data Analysis
- Neuroscience and Cognitive Science
- Academic Writing, Publishing and Presenting
- Experimental Psychology
- Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues in Research
Options (students will choose 3 out of 6 options):
- Child Development Programmes
- Cognitive Technologies
- Language and the Brain
- Aetiology of Developmental Problems
- Linguistics in the system of natural science
Top career destinations for this degree:
- PhD (Aspirantura) in any of the programme disciplines or interdisciplinary research
- Educational practice, administration and policy making
- Science communication
- Industry (employment, diagnostics, training, data analysis etc.)
- Cognitive and neuro-technologies
More information about the programme
This interdisciplinary programme provides training in both the basic scientific and technological principles of modern research methods, and in their application to understanding and improving human development.
Students will develop a foundational knowledge of all aspects of human development, including biological foundations of individual differences, gene-environment processes, brain mechanisms, cognitive and other psychological processes. Students will acquire the principles and main aspects of data acquisition and analyses, and gain a good working knowledge of modern methods for scientific investigation of human development.
The design of the course aims to maximise students’ transferable skills, including the training in publishing in leading academic journals, presenting at international conferences, and translating research to practice. Our international research partners from world leading universities include: King’s College London; Goldsmiths, University of London; University of Sussex, Ohio State University, Laval University, Moscow State University and other.
The International Centre for Research in Human Development is a member of multiple consortia and networks, including Twin Registries, TAGC (The Accessible Genetics Consortium), INRiCHD (International Network for Research in Child Health and Development). Together with our partners, we promote research that is of direct relevance for clinical, educational, training and other types of practice – towards improving human development. With leading reputation, excellent infrastructure and extensive international links, TSU is a great place to be a student.
Students on this programme are immersed in a world-class international interdisciplinary scientific environment, taught by leading experts in the fields. The programme is relevant for educationalists, clinicians and policymakers – equipping them with sound understanding of cutting edge knowledge about human development. The programme is also relevant for researchers – equipping them with theoretical understanding and methodology for interdisciplinary research into human development. Students will benefit from active research environment and excellent infrastructure.
More information can be found here
To read more about the Programme, please follow these links
Master’s Degree Programme of the International Centre for Research in Human Development – “Human Development: Genetics, Neuroscience and Psychology” http://ihde.tsu.ru/coglab/neuroscience_eng.html
Centre of ExcellenceInternational Centre for Research in Human Development
MSc Programme Manager – Daria Matsepuro (email@example.com)
634050, Tomsk, Tomsk State University
8, Moskovskiy Trakt, 4 th building TSU.
International Centre for Research in Human Development
Phone: +7(3822) 786-050
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