Educational psychology is the science of learners and learning, drawing upon rigorous research to apply psychological principles to educational issues. Educational psychologists are interested in areas that affect students’ learning, engagement and motivation, and often consider features of biology, individual differences, development, and social contexts. Educational psychology is a flexible major that can open many doors, and lead to multiple career paths.
Master's Degree Programs
CHEF has a wide variety of MS degrees leading to licensure and non-licensure fields across the areas of Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Educational Psychology
Education Specialist Degree Programs
For those interested in furthering the expertise in School Counseling, or those interested in starting a career in School Psychology, an Educational Specialist degree is a great choice.
Doctoral Degree Programs
The Department offers a number of degrees for those interested in pursuing their doctorates. A doctorate in School Psychology leads to licensure as a Psychologist, while doctorates across any of our offerings lead to opportunity for career advancement in the field, work in academia, and work as a researcher.