Programs & degrees
Help others grow academically and professionally as a K-12 school counselor, college or student personnel counselor or mental health professional in a community setting.
Learning & cognition/educational technology
Make improvements in education through psychology, science, and technology.
Social psychological & developmental processes
Inspire positive social change by studying human relationships and growth.
Discover solutions to issues in educational research, assessment, and program evaluation through measurement, evaluation, and statistics.
Work with students to help them succeed academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally by providing a range of services, including: assessment, intervention, prevention, consultation, supervision, training, research, program evaluation, and development.
Improve outcomes for individuals who require specialized support to achieve success throughout their lifespan.
Add a graduate minor in educational psychology to your M.A. or Ph.D. degree.
American Sign Language (ASL)
Learn graduate minor in educational psychology (ASL), one of the fastest growing languages in the United States and the indigenous language of the Deaf community. ASL is a natural, visual, non-spoken language with its own distinct grammatical structure.
Earn your bachelor's of science in special education and academic behavior strategist (ABS) teaching license in four years.
Enrich your major degree through an undergraduate minor in educational psychology, working with learners across the lifespan (children, youth, and adults).
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Prepare to assist children and youth with ASD and their families with this ASD certificate.
Talent development & gifted education
Develop, implement, and supervise programs to teach gifted and talented students in K-12, postsecondary schools and other settings with a certificate in talent development & gifted education.