The Development and Socialisation in Childhood and Adolescence (DaSCA) programme focuses on general processes of socialisation and child rearing and on normative developmental pathways. Considerable attention is given to the risk factors involved in the development of children and adolescents with a view to developing treatment strategies and preventive systematic intervention programmes. The programme courses focus on theory and research in development and socialisation in childhood and adolescence, methodology and statistics, and basic academic skills. In the second year students will complete an internship and write their thesis in the form of a draft research article for international publication. Until now about 70% of DaSCA graduates obtained a PhD position within 4 months of graduation, whereas the the other graduates obtained research jobs outside university. Looking for more information? On www.uu.nl/masters/en/development-and-socialisation-childhood you will find more information on the study programme, on where our alumni start their professional careers and much more.
|diplomaMSc Development and Socialization in Childhood and Adolescence (research)|
|typeonderzoek, 120 EC|
|opleidingsduur2 jaar voltijd|
|maximum aantal plaatsen: 20|
Waarom aan de Utrecht?
In the national student survey (de Nationale Studenten Enquête, or NSE) in 2014, the DaSCA programme received a mean score of 4.73 on a 5-point scale (1 = very unsatisfied to 5 = very satisfied) and was the best-rated Master's programme at Utrecht University.
All courses and communications are in English, and the programme is designed to allow you to practice advanced English, communication skills while gaining an international perspective on topics related to development and socialisation. Some of the lecturers are from abroad (US, Belgium, Croatia, and Finland) or hold positions abroad (UK), and the programme attracts a number of international students. You will also have the opportunity to visit English-speaking conferences held in the Netherlands and organised by the participating research groups.
- Two general courses on theory and research
- One course on academic skills and methodology and statistics
- Internship and writing a Master's research thesis
One of the courses in this programme is an elective course. The aim of this course is to provide useful additional expertise in selected fields of development and socialisation research, complementing what you have learned in other DaSCA courses. The elective course is chosen individually, according to the specific needs of each individual student and in close consultation with the coordinator. Typically, the elective is a course from another Research Master's programme or from the academic Master's programmes in Clinical Child and Family Studies, Child and Adolescent Psychology, or Youth Studies.
Cognitive and motor (dis)abilities in childhood: A developmental-constructivist approach
Context of psychological development in childhood: Family processes, peer relationships and culture
Human development and developmental psychopathology
Introduction in multilevel and structural equation modelling
Multivariate statistics in practice
Relationships, personality and adjustment in adolescence
Research practical I
Research practical II
ontraden vak stage
Advanced topical seminar in development and socialisation research
Assessment, treatment, and evaluation
|taal van onderwijs||100% en|
Toelating en studiekosten
|1 september 2017||aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2017|
wettelijk tarief : € 2006
instellingstarief : € 10237
niet-EU/EER studenten : € 15167
|1 september 2018||aanmelding deadline : 1 april 2018|
collegegeld nog niet bekend
Students with a GPA of 3.4 (or the Dutch equivalent of 7.5) or higher are eligible. Students with a GPA between 3.0 and 3.4 (Dutch equivalent: 7 or better) may be eligible and will have a chance of being selected if their previous studies fit well with the Development and Socialisation in Childhood and Adolesence programme, according to the programme's Admissions Committee.
This programme has a statistical entry requirement, which entails the following:
- a basic course in introductory statistics including topics such: univariate descriptive statistics, correlation, univariate regression, one-way analysis of variance (both descriptive and inferential) and a basic course in the methodology of behavioural and/or social science research (experimentation, surveys, observational studies);
- knowledge of multivariate analysis tools such as factor analysis, reliability, multiple regression, analysis of variance, dummy variables;
- hands on experience with the tools just mentioned (for example, experience with SPSS).
In total, it is expected that studentes have followed courses totalling approximately 20 EC. If either (2) or (3) is (partly) lacking, this can be remedied in a course of multivariate analysis offered by the Summer School of Utrecht University.
Inschatting maandelijkse studiekosten
|€||336||kamerhuur in Utrechtrond het landelijk gemiddelde|
|€||158||collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar|
|€||80||studieboeken en -spullen|
|€||77||uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen|
|€||132||vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie|
|€||42||vervoernaast de OV-kaart|
|€||1204||totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181|
Studenten en studentenleven
|38||studenten volgen deze opleiding|
|95%||daarvan is vrouw|
|6||eerstejaars gestart in 2014|
|100%||daarvan is vrouw|
|30526||studenten aan de Universiteit Utrecht|
|59%||daarvan is vrouw|
Op kamers in Utrecht
|€ 336||gemiddelde kamerprijs|
|18 m2||gemiddelde kameroppervlak|
Feiten en / studie in cijfers
Na de studie
Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt
The programme is designed as preparation for PhD studies. However, it also provides training for students who wish to pursue a professional career as a researcher outside of a university setting.
vergeleken met andere studies
|zoektijd baan||zeer slecht|
|salaris na 1,5 jaar||zeer slecht|
|kans op een vaste baan||zeer slecht|
- hoogleraar pedagogiek
- pedagogisch adviseur
- universitair (hoofd)docent pedagogiek