Learning and cognition/educational technology
Students focus on research in decision making, problem solving, intelligence, text comprehension, reading fluency, technology-enhanced learning, mathematical and causal reasoning, teaching effectiveness, cognition diagnostic testing, and software evaluation.
Students study advanced systems to improve learning through mediated delivery systems. Topics include interactive learning, dynamic-based simulations, software and courseware design, adaptive learning systems, and technology system evaluation methodologies.
As part of the requirements, student will meet with an advisor to complete the Graduate Degree Plan forms. Students are encouraged to utilize the Psych Foundations checklists, based on their admission date, below.
For full descriptions of all required course work, see the Psych Foundations Courses page.