The M.Ed. Degree in Educational Psychology is built upon a foundation that is drawn from both the college mission statement and the Teachers Education Program conceptual framework. Graduates emerge as professional educators grounded in the following areas: 1) in-depth knowledge of the field 2) learner-centered pedagogy 3) reflective practices 4) professional teaching methods and 5) collaborative strategies.
Requirements: Thirty-three (33) or more graduate hours.
- 12 Credit hours of Educational Psychology Core Requirements
- 12 Credit hours of other Core Requirements
- 9 Credit hours of Electives
Listing of Courses in Program:
Click here to download the program of study to see what specific courses are required to complete the degree. After determining which electives to take, a student will need to officially submit this plan of study with an advisor's signature, before being in the program for three semesters.
Course work includes the following content:
- Differentiated instruction
- Classroom motivation
- Pedagogies for engaged learning
- Performance-based assessment
- Self-regulated learning