Students in the Master of Arts in Educational Psychology program are a mix of P-12 teachers, other professionals, and people who are interested in human development, learning, and motivation as they are applied in various educational contexts.

What You Will Learn

You will learn educational psychology concepts while learning how to apply educational psychology and principles, utilize research findings, design research studies, and understand the multiple dimensions of diversity and their potential impact on development and learning.


Certified teachers with the Master of Arts in Educational Psychology can work as teachers, researchers, or practitioners - such as school counselors or district leaders. As a student in this program, you can take advantage of all that the College of Education. You may seek advising, apply for scholarships, and participate in activities both in the Department of Teacher Education.

At a Glance

  • Average of 30 credit hours to complete
  • Average time to complete 2 years
  • Available online


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