2021-2022 Graduate Catalog

Educational Psychology

Teachers College 505, 765-285-8500

Educational psychology is a social science that involves the study of human development, learning, adjustment, measurement, research, and statistics as they relate to the problem of understanding human beings. These objectives are accomplished through research and service functions and through teaching about human relationships, human development, and changes in human behavior. Programs related to the practical application of psychological principles in psychoeducational settings are offered primarily at the graduate level.

Student financial support includes doctoral and graduate assistantships.


Master of arts (MA) in educational psychology, school psychology, and school counseling; master of science (MS) in educational psychology and quantitative psychology; specialist in education (EdS) in school psychology; doctor of philosophy (PhD) in educational psychology and school psychology, and certificates in gifted and talented education, human development and learning, Identity and Leadership Development Program for Counselors, and neuropsychology.