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Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Development (ISHD), Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.)
More about this ProgramThe one-calendar-year M.S.Ed. in ISHD requires a total of 10 courses (typically completed in two semesters plus a summer term) in lifespan human development, cultural studies, and research methodologies. The program is designed for pre-professional training and to prepare students to advance within their careers by gaining a better understanding of human development issues.
Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Development (ISHD), Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
More about this ProgramThe ISHD Ph.D. program prepares graduates for careers as university professors and researchers. Significant graduate-level preparation in human development or a master’s degree is recommended but not required for admission. Core areas of focus include developmental psychology, cognitive development, development in cultural contexts, and research design and analysis courses.
Xinyin Chen, Ph.D., Professor
University of Waterloo
Suzanne Fegley, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer
Douglas A. Frye, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Elizabeth Mackenzie, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor
University of Pennsylvania