Students

Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology (research)

2018-2019

After completion of the programme, graduates will be qualified to work as competent psychological researchers with an independent work attitude. They will be capable of successfully completing a PhD programme, or working in a research institution, tackling multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary questions at the intersection of clinical psychology, developmental psychology, and educational sciences, with an emphasis on translational research, translating theoretical insights into clinical applications and/or clinical experiences into theoretical insights. 

Info

Level Master
Language English
Duration 2 years
Type Fulltime
Credits 120 EC
Faculty Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science
Research master Clinical and developmental psychopathology, year 1
Description
research master Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology, 1st year.
Next to the compulsary courses, students choose one course from the
Electives Pool.
Research master Clinical and developmental psychopathology, year 2
Description
research master Clinical and Developmental Psychopathology, 2nd year.
Next to the compulsary courses, students choose one elective from the
Electives Pool.
Other information
Research master Clinical and developmental psychopathology - Transition rules
Description
For courses that will not be lectured anymore as of this year the
student is granted two opportunities to succeed the course, but only if
the student participated in the exams last year.
For courses that are lectured only once every two years and will not be
lectured in the current year, the student is granted one opportunity to
succeed the course, under the same condition.

Below the courses to which a transition rule applies.
Course Name Period Credits Code
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 6EC P_MCOBETH
Juvenile Delinquency and Antisocial Development 6EC P_MJUVDEL
Parenting and Mental Health 6EC P_MPARMEN
Research in Education: Causal Inference 6EC P_MRESED
Clinical Environmental Psychology P2 6EC P_MCLENVPS
Subscription terms
Description
1. For the following of classes and/or for taking an exam, the student
has to register via the Student portal. When a student has registered
himself for the classes of a course, the student is automatically also
registered for the first upcoming exam of the course. When a student is
not registered for the courses of a course (e.g. in case of a resit),
the student registers for the exam only. The student needs to verify
that the registration was successful. The student should timely de-
register himself when he decides not to follow a course, or take an
exam.

2. The student needs to register ultimately four weeks before t he start
of the period the course is scheduled for. Registration for an exam is
possible till two weeks before the date of the exam. Late registration
will result in administration costs.

3. De-registering for a course is possible via the Student portal till
four weeks before the start of the period a course is scheduled for.
De-registering for an exam is possible via het Student portal till two
weeks before the date of the exam. In case of circumstances beyond
one’s control it is possible to de-register after the official de-
registration deadlines at the programme secretariat for a course or
exam.

4. Registration for courses and exams after the deadline is still
possible if you pay 25 euro administration fee; calculated per course.
The administration fee is maximized at 50 euro’s a time. In the case
the student thinks to have a justified reason for a late registration,
the student can ask the Faculty board for release of these costs. The
decision of the Faculty board is binding in this case.

5. When a student does not appear at the exam, without de-registering,
the result will be booked as ‘no show’.