MA in Educational Psychology

Master of Arts (MA) in Educational Psychology

The MA in Educational Psychology offers students the opportunity to pursue a general program or to three different specializations:

Concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis
Gifted & Talented
Quantitative Methods

The MA in Educational Psychology is a residential program requiring 30 hours of graduate coursework, including a master’s thesis. Students must also maintain a3.0 GPA. Usual time to completion is 15-18 months.

The MA is ideally suited for students intending to pursue a doctoral degree in education, psychology or related fields.

The program offers students deeper knowledge about learning and development, assessment, and research methods that may help educators become more successful working with children and adults.

Financial Assistance:
Most students receive graduate assistantships and have the opportunity to work with a professor or mentor, possibly on a grant-funded research project. Students are expected to pay some portion of their tuition.

For more information:
Contact Dr. Terrill Saxon