Educational Psychology, M.A.
The Department of Psychology offers a broad education in psychology leading to the Master of Arts in Educational Psychology. The program of courses and field experiences serve as preparation for entry into doctoral or certification programs (such as school psychology certification) and is geared towards students who are interested or already involved in human services.
Prerequisite for Admission
- Completion of the general graduate studies admission requirements.
- Verbal and quantitative Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are required.
- Satisfactory completion of at least nine (9) undergraduate credits in psychology. (Additional graduate and/or undergraduate work may be considered necessary for admission. In such instances, an individual program must be planned by the student in consultation with an assigned graduate advisor).
- Formal review of the applicant’s credentials by the coordinator of the Educational Psychology program and the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education.
- Two letters of recommendation attesting to the candidate’s potential for graduate study are required.
|PSYC 601||Psychology of Learn and Cognition||3|
|PSYC 603||Developmental Psychology||3|
|PSYC 604||Tests & Measurements||3|
|PSYC 606||Research Methodology and Applications||3|
|PSYC 609||Pers Maladjusts Child&Adoles||3|
|PSYC 626||Ethics Law and Professional Issues||3|
|Restricted Elective (select three courses from the following):||9-12|
|PSYC 608||Interviewing & Counseling||3|
|PSYC 616||Therapeutic Intervention Techniques: Consultation in Educational Settings||3|
|PSYC 620||Trauma and Crisis Intervention||3|
|PSYC 629||Multicultural Counseling||3|
|Education courses (select two; with advisor's approval)|
|SPEC 600||Introduction to Learning Disabilities||3|
|SPEC 640||Emotional and Behavior Disorders in Children and Youth||3|
|EDLD 662||Principles Of Curric Dev&Eval||3|