Educational Psychology MA, M.Ed.
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Our Educational Psychology Master's program leads to the Master of Arts (MA) or a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree. It blends studies of theories, empirical research, and research methodologies that lead to broad knowledge of the field of educational psychology and its relevance to education. The MA thesis and M.Ed. electives allow students to pursue specialized studies of educational psychology in areas such as social development, exceptionality, or reading. Students may apply for transfer credit if graduate course work completed at another institution duplicates course work in this program.
Lorraine Wood-Gaines Educational Psychology MA Candidate and university instructor
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