Programs in Educational Psychology are focused on exploring the intersections of educational experiences and the fields of psychology. All our programs aim to impact the field through research, professional training, influencing policy, and promoting equitable access to educational quality.
Our primary domains of expertise include four broad areas: Educational Psychology (e.g., human learning, motivation, and development); School Psychology (e.g., assessment, diagnosis, and intervention services for students); Research Methods and Quantitative Psychology (e.g., advanced strategies for data analysis, research methods, & program evaluation); and School Counseling (e.g., systemic prevention and intervention, individual and group counseling, and college and career readiness).
Our department provides two doctoral programs, several master’s programs, and minors to serve undergraduate students. If you already have an undergraduate degree and aren’t sure you need a master’s degree, we offer graduate licensure and certification programs as well.
The Master of Arts in School Psychology is accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists.
The PhD in School Psychology is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
The Master of Arts in School Counseling is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.
A hallmark of all our programs are the direct and individual attention that you receive in working with internationally recognized experts in the field. Our faculty experts will work directly with you in class settings or through individual mentoring in research or clinical training experiences.
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