Professor: Beitzel (Chair); Associate Professors: Gonyea, Iyer, LaFrance, Li, Shastri, Tang; Assistant Professors: Anekstein, Fulmer, Hamlin, Thornton
The Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling and Special Education provides formal study and related experiences in many broad areas to develop knowledge and skills basic to the teaching-learning process, as well as a diverse assortment of social service occupations. These broad areas include: 1) Human Learning and Instruction; 2) Human Growth and Development; 3) Measurement, Evaluation, and Research Design; 4) Motivation, Personality, and Adjustment; 5) Social and Cultural Factors; and 6) Individual Differences (exceptionalities).
Students may not major in Educational Psychology. The Department offers a minor based on the student’s interest or career goal. See below.
Minor in Educational Psychology. Check with the department and/or your advisor for requirements.
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