Our graduate program aims to provide a multidisciplinary research and training experience that covers interacting topics including: biological, neural, perceptual, cognitive, affective/emotional, and contextual influences on development. This experience may also include advanced training in statistics and methodologies, including cognitive/affective neuroscience methods and various applied techniques.
Use the links to the left to learn more about the curriculum, research requirements, and student evaluation within our program. To learn more about potential advisors for graduate studies use the faculty links.
The Developmental Science area makes every effort to provide graduate students in all specializations with financial support for four years. The support takes the form of teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or fellowships, and carries a tuition waiver and other benefits. For more information on financial assistance in PBS, see Assistantships and Fees.