M.S. Educational Psychology
M.S. Educational Psychology with Experimental Psychology Emphasis
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|Required Core Courses|
|PSYC 5300||Behavioral Statistics||3|
|PSYC 5301||Research Methods||3|
|PSYC 5304||Human Development||3|
|PSYC 5381||Assessment and Evaluation Fundamentals||3|
|Educational Psychology Required Courses|
|PSYC 5302||Social Psychological Processes||3|
|PSYC 5303||Theories of Learning||3|
|PSYC 5315||Physiological Psychology||3|
|PSYC 5316||Advanced Quantitative Methods and Experimental Design||3|
|PSYC 5320||History and Systems||3|
|PSYC 5321||Evolutionary Psychology||3|
|PSYC 5198||Psychology Thesis||6|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||36|
Course Information and Schedule
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Program Entry Requirements
Students will be admitted into the M.S. Educational Psychology program by the faculty once the application criteria are met. To be accepted into the M.S. Educational Psychology program, students must:
Programs of Psychology and Counseling Department Application
Timely submission of admission materials (as listed in current handbook)
Program-Level Student Learning Outcomes
Compute and present descriptive and inferential statistical analysis of data.
Write summaries of existing research that address all sections of APA style manuscripts.
Write research reports in APA style.
Identify and summarize relevant psychological theories and research in content areas of specialization.
Analyze the limitations of existing research, articulate gaps in knowledge, and write a logical argument to justify position or project.
Write research hypotheses or predictions for future research that are directly supported by existing empirical research.
Develop and design a novel project supported by existing empirical research to address a problem, issue, or gap in knowledge.
Integrate research results with existing research and theory in an area to draw conclusions supported by data.