Master of Science Degree in Educational Psychology
Students enrolled in Purdue Global’s Master of Science in Educational Psychology will study how to build, implement, and evaluate instructional regimens that are both competitive and educationally effective. You’ll receive training in the latest instructional techniques, technologies, educational trends, and learning behaviors.
Whether you are interested in pursuing a new career or an advanced position in your current profession, a master’s degree from Purdue Global can help you keep pace with the fascinating field of educational psychology.*
At this time, residents of Kentucky may not enroll in the online Master of Science in Educational Psychology program.
Master of Science in Educational Psychology Program Highlights
The Master of Science in Educational Psychology is designed to help you develop competencies to evaluate and recommend improvements in educational programs, student learning, and instruction in many settings from K-12 and universities to corporate and government environments. It is not focused on the clinical practice of school
Throughout their course of study, educational psychology students learn from—and collaborate with—many faculty members from the School of Education, such as Teacher Education and Higher Education Divisions and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, as well as faculty from the Graduate Psychology Department.
Faculty members are practicing professionals in the field and will help you:
- Select research design and methodologies that effectively address needs, processes, and outcomes in program evaluation
- Create educational and psychological interventions that promote academic performance and social-emotional behavior
- Integrate reasonable adaptations to educational policies, practices, and accommodations to create equivalent learning environments and experiences for various demographics
- Design effective educational programs and interventions by integrating learning theory and psychological principles
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of the interaction between educational technology and academic outcomes
Higher Education at the Highest Standards
Purdue University Global is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and committed to the highest standards. Our specific programs hold additional industry-relevant approvals and accreditations.
What are the Career Opportunities?
Earning a Master of Science in Educational Psychology from Purdue Global could be an asset to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the following areas*:
- Educational administration
- Program evaluation
- Operations research analysis in educational, instructional, or governmental institutions
What Courses Will I Take?
This master's degree program focuses on the skills and knowledge used to spark the learning process for students, and how to assess and make recommendations for learning programs. Courses include:
- Perspectives on Diversity
- Life Span Development
- Learning and Behavior
- Core Credits38
- Open Elective Credits14
- Total Credits52
Tuition and Fees
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Indiana resident military veterans: tuition for online undergraduate degree and certificate programs is $220.00 per quarter credit hour.
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Whether you are on your way up the corporate ladder or just getting started, our degree programs and certificates could help you prepare to take your career to a higher level.
*Purdue Global cannot guarantee employment or career advancement.
†Purdue University acquired Kaplan University in March 2018 and created Purdue University Global, which is following the same curriculum format and instructional delivery methods as developed and used by Kaplan University. These disclosures are based on Kaplan University data reported prior to the acquisition.