M.Ed. Educational Psychology
The Master of Education in Educational Psychology (M. Ed.) is a versatile degree program that will provide graduates with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to improve learning and behavior in a variety of educational, community, and university settings. An M. Ed. in Educational Psychology degree will facilitate career advancement in educational, community-based, or non-profit agencies and is ideal for anyone who is interested in pursuing a specialist or doctoral degree in education or psychology. The ability to tailor a wide range of combinations of Educational Psychology (Ed Psy) or Educational Research and Evaluation Methods (Ed Rem) courses to meet individual goals when satisfying the elective requirements is a unique feature of the degree. The M. Ed. in Educational Psychology offers two optional emphasis areas, one in Character and Citizenship Education, and the other in Educational Research and Program Evaluation. The Division of Educational Psychology, Research, and Evaluation provides training in the theory, research and practice of psychological mechanisms underlying teaching, learning, and human development of students as well as the related school processes and structures. It also provides instruction in educational research, psychoeducational assessment, and school psychology.
The M.Ed. in Educational Psychology provides training in general principles, research and practices of educational psychology as well as offering optional emphases in (1) Character Education and Citizenship Education, and (2) Educational Research and Program Evaluation.
International Student Requirements:
6.5 score on IELTS test.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
# of Credits Required: 33
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): 415.20 instate plus 608.40 for nonresidents USD
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Large Suburb
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999