MSEd in Educational Psychology - General
The Master of Science (MSEd) in Educational Psychology offers a general program of study that is ideally suited for students who will work with children or adults in educational settings. The program provides knowledge about learning and development, assessment, and research methods.
- The MSEd in Educational Psychology degree requires 36 hours of graduate coursework and a passing score on a written comprehensive exam at the end of the program, with no thesis requirement.*
- Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA while in the program.
- The usual time to complete the degree is 15-18 months.
For more information about the MSEd in Educational Psychology, General Degree Program, contact Dr. Janet Bagby.
Dr. Janet Bagby
*Students intending to pursue a doctoral degree in education, psychology or a related field are encouraged to compete the MA. The MA in Educational Psychology degree requires 30 hours of graduate coursework and a master’s thesis.