It’s time to earn your educational psychology degree. Be ready for real opportunities in settings ranging from K–12 to higher education to corporate and government environments.
- Understand the psychology of how diverse types of students learn so that you can improve their outcomes and experiences.
- Study the latest instructional techniques, technologies, educational trends, and learning behaviors.
- Develop competencies to guide improvement of educational programs and practices and to build, implement, and evaluate instructional regimens that are both competitive and educationally effective.
- Learn from faculty members who are experienced professionals in the education and psychology fields.
- 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.