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Entry requirements for the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology are detailed on the regulations button.
Any student who intends to apply for selection and admission into the Postgraduate Diploma in Educational and Developmental Psychology (the internship) is required to have successfully completed 60 credits in approved undergraduate psychology courses, including at least 45 credits at 200 level or higher. These courses could be organisational/social psychology, abnormal/clinical psychology, neuropsychology or developmental psychology.
Successful completion of the Master of Educational Psychology or the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology will not give automatic entry into the Postgraduate Diploma in Educational and Developmental Psychology (the internship).
Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Educational and Developmental Psychology (the internship) is by Selected Entry only. To be eligible to apply for the Postgraduate Diploma in Educational and Developmental Psychology (the internship), applicants will have a GPA of B+ or higher in their Master’s qualification.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
Candidates who have completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Educational Psychology) and satisfy the entry requirements for the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology may transfer and complete the following 120 credits: 30 credits of 256.7xx courses, 256.855 and 256.847.
Candidates who have not yet completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Educational Psychology) may apply to transfer to the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology providing that they meet the entry requirements and can satisfy all requirements as specified in the regulations.
In all cases candidates must complete the requirements within the timeframes for completions as specified in the Transition Provisions or the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas, and Postgraduate Certificates.
To find out how to plan your study and/or to see the courses that are necessary to complete the programme, please click on the regulations button. If you would like to find out more about individual course requirements, please use our Course Search.
To be awarded the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology, students will complete a total of 240 credits made up of Part One and Part Two, and attend all contact workshops, block courses, field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials and laboratories as required.
For progression from Part One to Part Two students must have maintained a B+ grade average over Part One courses.
Note: If you are studying part-time, the research methods courses are prerequisites for undertaking research in Part Two of the Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology. It is recommended that you complete your research methods courses just prior to undertaking your research, that is, after your content courses.
Completion of this programme requires attendance at compulsory block workshops at the Auckland campus.
Candidates who have been awarded or qualified for the Resource Postgraduate Diploma in Resource Teacher: Learning and Behaviour (RTLB) or the Postgraduate Diploma Resource Teacher: Literacy (RTLit), with a grade average of at least a B, or equivalent, shall follow a flexible course of study which shall consist of courses totalling at least 180 credits, comprising:
attending contact workshops, block courses, field trips, studios, workshops, tutorials and laboratories as required.
These regulations should be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates
The Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology is awarded without a subject.
In cases of sufficient merit, the Master of Educational and Development Psychology may be awarded with a class of Honours.
We can't tell you the exact cost until you have chosen your courses, as the tuition fees you pay each year vary depending on the courses you choose. There will also be compulsory non-tuition fees you have to pay in addition to your tuition fees. For some courses there may be other charges for things such as study resources, software, trips and contact workshops.
To get an approximate idea of tuition costs for typical study areas, you can use our quick guide to programme fees.
If you already know which courses you are going to take, you can use our Fees calculator to get an estimate of your fees.
You might be eligible to apply for a scholarship or award. You can use our scholarship search to see what is available. You may also be eligible for a student loan to help towards paying your fees.
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