Purpose and Focus
The Department of Educational Psychology offers programs leading to the Master of Science in Educational Psychology, Master of Education in School Counseling, Educational Specialist in School Psychology, a Ph.D. in learning and technology, and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, with strands in evaluation and assessment, school counseling, and content area emphasis. The department offers numerous courses required of students obtaining both undergraduate and graduate degrees from other units within the College of Education and across campus. Persons interested in pursuing a graduate degree in educational psychology, school counseling, or school psychology should contact the department chairperson at 895-3253.
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
National Association of School Psychologists
Graduate Degree Programs
School Counseling — Master of Education
Educational Psychology — Master of Science
There are no undergraduate degrees offered by this department.