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Profiles Master Education and Child Studies (Research) (year 1)

Course
2022-2023

Below, you will find six substantive profiles you can choose from in your Research Master programme. At the beginning of your programme, make sure to discuss your profile with your study-advisor, so she can help you make choices that fit your own personal goals.

Clinical profiles (proficiency in Dutch required)

Profiles A, B, and C are clinically orientated, and can contribute to the Dutch NVO professional registration as Basis-Orthopedagoog. (Note that to obtain this registration, you also need a set of specific bachelor’s courses and/or NVO-exams. Your study-advisor can help assess whether you meet all requirements). To follow these profiles, you need to be able to speak Dutch, because part of the courses involve practising clinical diagnostics and treatment on Dutch patients/clients. In addition, the NVO professional registration is only valid in the Dutch professional field.

Profile A: Forensische Gezinspedagogiek

Profile B: Orthopedagogiek

  1. Autismespectrumstoornissen
  2. Jeugdhulpverlening
  3. Mensen met een verstandelijke beperking
  4. Neuroscience
  • 2 Additional courses (see list below)

Profile C: Leerproblemen

Non-clinical profiles (international)

Profiles D, E, and F are profiles that are not clinically orientated, and are accessible to international students who do not speak Dutch. Profiles D and E can contribute to the NVO professional registration as Basis-Pedagoog (only valid in the Netherlands). (Note that to obtain this registration, you also need a set of specific bachelor’s courses and/or NVO-exams. Your study-advisor can help with assessing whether you meet all requirements).

Profile D: Educational Science

Profile E: Parenting and Child Development

Profile F: Applied Neuroscience in Human Development

Additional courses

To complete your profile, you can choose from the list below. All of these courses are taught in English. Note that you can only take a course as an additional course, if it is not an obligatory course in your profile. To help you choose, clicking on the course names will lead you to the course description in the e-prospectus. Of course, your study-advisor can also support you with choosing courses.

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