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Northeastern Illinois University Master of Arts in Human Developmental Science
Northeastern Illinois University

Master of Arts in Human Developmental Science

Chicago, USA

1 Years

English

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USD 17,089 / per year

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The master's degree program in Human Developmental Science is a multidisciplinary degree intended to provide both breadth and depth in the study of human development. The required portion of the 32 credit program consists of two parts: The classroom component and the cumulative thesis project or non-thesis option (applied internship). The classroom component is divided into content courses and research related courses. In the content courses sequence students will take two semesters of a core class in human development sequence, two semesters of a statistics and design sequence, and three special topics courses (21 credits). The research related courses consist of two semesters of the research colloquium and one course in responsible conduct in research (5 credit hours). The cumulative project has a research and non research applied track–an applied internship. Students in the research track do a research thesis project with a faculty mentor (6 credit hours) and students in the non research applied track take an additional class and an internship that is approved by both the advisor and program (6 credit hours).

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