The Department of Educational Psychology & Higher Education provides instruction in, and the delivery of innovative research, to inform the educational process from early childhood through higher education. Our mission is accomplished through:
- Preparing graduates for leadership positions in diverse settings and roles, including faculty in colleges and universities, student services in higher education, measurement and evaluation specialists in public and private settings, school psychology practitioners at local, state, national, and international levels, and licensed administrators for PK-12 schools.
- Providing foundational support for programs across the university including core content in the psychology of learning, motivation, cognition, problem solving, instruction, human development, and psychological and educational measurement, statistics, evaluation, and research methodology.
- Investigating educational policy and informing practice in PK-12 and higher education institutions.
Alice J. Corkill, Chair
Nancy Lough, Graduate Coordinator
Dana Bickmore, Graduate Coordinator
Maria Roberts, Graduate Coordinator
Educational Psychology and Higher Education Faculty
Educational Psychology and Higher Education Courses
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education
Graduate Certificate in Chief Diversity Officer in Higher Education
Graduate Certificate in College Sport Leadership
Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation and Assessment
Master of Science - Educational Psychology
Master of Education - Higher Education
Master of Education - Educational Policy and Leadership
Doctor of Education - Executive Educational Leadership
Doctor of Philosophy - Educational Psychology
Doctor of Philosophy - Higher Education
Doctor of Philosophy - Learning Sciences
Dual Degree: Doctor of Philosophy - Educational Psychology & Juris Doctor
Dual Degree: Doctor of Philosophy - Higher Education & Juris Doctor