Educational Psychology (M.S.)
What you’ll learn
The M.S. program in educational psychology involves the application of the principles of psychology to the systematic study of education.
A major in educational psychology allows students to emphasize such content areas as learning, instruction, life-span development, applied behavior analysis, cognition and socialization.
The educational psychology program prepares students to pursue a variety of career paths, including research, evaluation and the applied practice of a number of disciplines.
The program will further develop the expertise of students who are certified or licensed in teaching, nursing, speech pathology or physical therapy, by studying the psychological principles of development and learning.