Learning and Development (effective 2016)

Master of Science in Educational psychology - Concentration in Learning and Development

Students in the Concentration in Learning and Development are provided foundational knowledge regarding growth and change across the lifespan (i.e. physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development.)  Graduates seek careers in educational environments, federal, state, and local government agencies, nonprofit organizations, community-based social service agencies, businesses, and research institutions.  In this concentration, you will also learn strategies for motivating individuals to acquire information, and to examine learning across all contexts, whether in a school setting, family setting, or addressing community learning and change. You learn how to measure change in performance and understanding.

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For questions on specific course requirements of this program, potential students may also contact Dr. Cynthia Frosch (Cynthia.Frosch@unt.edu).

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