The Educational Psychology Program is designed to provide exemplary graduate training in research, application, and practice related to learning, development, and mental health of people of all ages.
Degree programs in educational psychology focus on theory and research related to learners, learning and developmental processes, teaching, and application of these to educational practice. Students participate in courses, seminars, and field experiences in learning, instruction, cognition, human development, motivational factors, social and cultural bases of behavior, biological factors, educational research, educational foundations, and other areas. Students are required to participate in extensive field-based and research experiences.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Steve Thoma
- BS in Educational Neuroscience
- MA in Educational Psychology (online)
- MA in Educational Psychology
- EdS in Educational Psychology
- PhD in Educational Psychology
Dr. Anthony DerrisoClinical Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology
Dr. Hyemin HanAssistant Professor, Educational Psychology/Neuroscience
Dr. Corrie HarrisClinical Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology
Dr. Firat SoyluAssistant Professor, Educational Psychology/Neuroscience