Educational Psychology (M.S.)
What you’ll learn
Students in the master’s program in Educational Psychology learn about the application of psychological science to investigations of the education process.
Students can explore learning, instruction, motivation, development, cognition, socialization, and applied behavior analysis.
This program prepares graduates to pursue a variety of careers, including research, evaluation, and the enhanced practice of a number of disciplines. For example, students who are certified or licensed in teaching, nursing, speech pathology, or physical therapy enrich their practice by understanding the science of learning and behavioral change.