The doctoral program in educational psychology provides an environment where students are expected to acquire a balanced knowledge of both the scholarly and applied aspects of the field of educational psychology. Although the unified degree is in Educational Psychology and most students take many of the same courses in pursuing this unified degree program, many specialize in one of our two aresa: 1) Learning Sciences or 2) Measurement, Statistics, and Research Methodology.
Graduate programs in the Department of Educational Psychology prepare students for productive roles in research, teaching, and many other areas in which educational psychology is applied.
The department offers master of arts in educational psychology and doctor of philosophy with a major in educational psychology.
Student programs in each area are individualized with a wide range of courses, internships, and research offerings.
TOEFL - minimum score of 79 iBT or 550 PBT
3 letters of recommendation
Statement of purpose
500 word professional writing sample
Required test(s): GRE
Required GRE Subject tests:
Recommended GRE Subject tests:
Minimum GRE Verbal:
Minimum GRE Quantitative:
Minumum GRE Written:
Minimum TOEFL: 0
Part-time Employment in positions that students locate for themselves.
Minumum credits: contingent on program plan
Core coursework: core coursework required
Language requirements: N/A
Other requirements: N/A
|Application Acceptance Rate||71%|
|Med. Time-to-degree (years)||5.00|
|Enrollment Percent Male||24%|
|Enrollment Percent Female||76%|
|Enrollment Percent International||35%|
|Enrollment Percent URM||30%|