Educational Psychology is the study of the mental processes that allow people to learn—to acquire new knowledge and develop new skills. As you pursue a graduate degree in Educational Psychology, you will 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.
As you earn your Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, you will pursue one area of concentration:
- Education of the Blind or Visually Impaired: Check back regularly for information about when we will begin to accept applications.
- Education of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Check back regularly for information about when we will begin to accept applications.
- 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.
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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