Graduate Programs

The Department of Educational Psychology offers 10 inter-connected graduate (Doctoral and Master's)  specialization areas.  Our graduate program focuses on physical, cognitive and social-emotional growth, change across the lifespan, research, measurement and statistics; assessment and evaluation of individuals/programs, and the education of individuals with special needs.

Admission to our Graduate Program is a straightforward two step process. Please see our Graduate Admissions page for details.

  

Autism Intervention

MEd and PhD in Special Education

Educational Diagnostician

MEd in Special Education

Emotional/Behavioral Disorders

MEd and PhD in Special Education

Family Studies

MS in Educational Psychology
PhD in Educational Psychology (Educational Research)

Gifted and Talented

MS in Educational Psychology
PhD in Educational Psychology (Educational Research)

Human Development

MS in Educational Psychology
PhD in Educational Psychology (Educational Research)

Learning and Cognition

MS in Educational Psychology

Mild/Moderate Disabilities

MEd and PhD in Special Education

Psychological Aspects of Sports and Exercise

PhD in Educational Psychology (Educational Research)

Research, Measurement, and Statistics

MS in Educational Psychology
PhD in Educational Psychology (Educational Research)

Sport Pedagogy

PhD in Educational Psychology (Effective Fall 2014)