(Structured PhD) Applied Behaviour Analysis

College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Celtic Studies,
School of Psychology

Course overview

The Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Behaviour Analysis is a structured four-year Ph.D programme of study.  The qualification will provide graduates with high level research skills and competencies in the applications of behavioural analysis. The programme combines a PhD thesis with the taught academic components and supervised work experience of the existing Master of Science in Applied Behaviour Analysis programme. Students are assisted to design research that will make valuable contributions to the analysis. They conduct research that further advances an integrated, scientific understanding of the complexities of human behaviour. Students are encouraged and assisted to present their research at conferences and publish their research findings in peer-reviewed international journals.


 


See also: http://www.nuigalway.ie/psychology/phdaba.html

Programmes available

PhD (full-time, four years)

Entry requirements

Applications are invited from candidates who hold an upper Second Class Honours (Grade 1) standard or higher  in their primary degree (or equivalent).  Evidence of motivation and proposed research will be taken into account in offering places on the programme.

Areas of interest

The research undertaken as part of the research thesis will be in areas related to contemporary theory and practice in Applied Behaviour Analysis.

Find out more

Dr. Jennifer Holloway

T:  +353 91 495773

E jennifer.holloway@nuigalway.ie

www.nuigalway.ie/psychology

PAC code

Structured PhD, full-time GYG02
Important : apply by mid-July for September entry

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Fees for this course

EU: €4,275 p.a. 2013/14 (inclusive of Levy)

Non-EU: €13,250 p.a. 2013/14

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