As you pursue a graduate degree in Educational Psychology, you’ll develop a deep understanding of the ways that people learn—the processes that allow us to acquire new information and to develop new skills. This knowledge will help you to become a more effective educator.
You can choose from two Master’s programs: the applied (non-thesis) Master of Education (Literacy Education) and the research-intensive, thesis-based Research Master of Arts (Literacy Education).
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As you earn your Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, you’ll pursue one of four areas of concentration:
- Education of the Blind or Visually Impaired: Our next MEd program begins in spring 2017. Applications open in August 2016 (application deadline: December 1).
- Education of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Our next MEd program begins in spring 2018 (tentatively).
- Evaluation: Our MEd programs are under review. We are not currently accepting applications to this program concentration.
- Human Relations: Our MEd programs are under review. We are not currently accepting applications to this program concentration.
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Whether you want to pursue a career as a classroom teacher or an educator outside the traditional classroom, we can help you to develop the advanced skills to become a more effective and knowledgeable teacher, educator, or administrator.
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A flexible learning environment
At the Mount, we are committed to providing our students with flexible and accessible learning options. We understand that you may be working, studying full-time, or balancing the demands of your family, your career, and your education, and we’re ready to help you succeed. We welcome part-time students, and we offer several courses via distance learning.
Our concentrations in Education of the Blind or Visually Impaired and Education of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing are offered part-time. When you enroll in these programs, you will earn your degree in two years, completing most of your studies online. Learn more »
Our degrees will help you to develop your career as a classroom teacher, an itinerant teacher, or an educational consultant with learners who are blind/visually impaired or deaf/hard of hearing, an educator outside the public school system, or an educational administrator by obtaining advanced knowledge and skills in a concentrated area within the field of Educational Psychology.
Graduates of our programs are working as classroom, itinerant, and community teachers, educators in the corporate, government, arts and not-for-profit sectors, consultants, administrators, scholars, and university and college instructors.
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