Family Policy and Program Administration

Master of Science in Educational Psychology - Concentration in Family Policy and Program Administration

A competitive accelerated master's path is also available for this concentration.

This concentration prepares students for a multitude of careers including cooperative extension workers serving family, youth, and communities; non-profit program coordinators and administrators  for groups that serve individuals and families; program evaluators, child and family advocates and  policy administrators in government, non-profit and private-sector organizations. Students are encouraged to join the National Council on Family Relations and seek certification as Family Life Educators.  

>> Learn more about the MS in Educational Psychology

>> See Educational Psychology Graduate Admissions for application procedures

For questions on specific course requirements of this program, potential students may also contact Dr. Yolanda Mitchell (

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