MEd in Educational Psychology

The master's in educational psychology (MEd) has wide applicability. This degree can be obtained in its generalized track, in the form of a customizable specialization, or in the Higher Education Student Affairs (HESA) nonthesis track. The customizable specialization allows students to collaborate with their academic advisor to determine electives that meet the student's needs and interests with emphasis on specific skills and knowledge.

The following customizable specializations are among the options available:

  • Learning and memory;
  • Behavioral management and motivation;
  • Diversity and advocacy;
  • Program evaluation;
  • Professional development;
  • Institutional and industrial consultation;
  • Social psychology and leadership skills;
  • School psychology foundations - for those who wish to pursue a career in school psychology; and
  • Doctoral foundations - prepares students to move on to a doctoral program.