Course Summary

Course Description

The Educational Psychology program consists of 30 semester hours. The M.Ed. degree in Educational Psychology focuses on learning theories, human development, research methods, assessment, and measurement, which could be utilized in a variety of settings and fields. The program includes a core set of courses, as well as electives to allow for specialization. The Educational Psychology program can help prepare graduates for the environment of assessment and outcomes-based practice that is prevalent today. The program is a good fit for teachers or those from social science backgrounds who want to pursue  a master’s degree to further their career. The program can also help prepare graduates to apply for doctoral programs in Educational Psychology or related fields.
The Educational Psychology program involves an interdisciplinary course of study, and has been designed to meet the needs of full-time and part-time students. Courses are offered primarily in the evening to accommodate students who work during the day.

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