About EDPThe Department of Educational Psychology is one of four departments in Baylor University's School of Education (the other three are Health, Human Performance and Recreation, Curriculum and Instruction, and Educational Administration). There are presently ten full-time faculty members who teach in and across one undergraduate program (generic special education), and three primary graduate programs (MSEd/MA, EdS, and PhD). These graduate programs include tracks in school psychology and educational psychology. Faculty have a wide range of research interests that span education and psychology.
The Department of Educational Psychology is pleased to make a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses available to all Baylor students. Of special interest are graduate courses in quantitative methods, the graduate sequence in applied behavior analysis, and the undergraduate minor in educational psychology.
Please freel free to call on me if you have any questions or require additional information about the Department of Educational Psychology.
Marley Watkins, PhD, ABPP
Professor and Department Chairman