Educational Psychology – Learning and Development

Graduate online program offered by the College of Education

The Master of Science with a concentration in Learning and Development provides students an opportunity to advance their knowledge and understanding of human development from infancy through adulthood, while also gaining foundational knowledge in Educational Psychology. Emphasis is given to physical, cognitive, social and emotional development across the lifespan, as well as motivation and learning across contexts. Graduates seek careers in educational environments, community-based social service programs, non-profit organizations, government agencies and business/research organizations and institutions that support individuals and families.

Top 3 Careers

  • Learning and Development Specialist
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Community Based Service

How it Works

  • Earn a master’s degree in as little as 15 months (33 hours) or go at a slower pace
  • Schedule rotates via two 8-week terms during the fall and spring semesters and 3-week, 5-week, and 10-week terms during the summer
  • 5 different start points during the year
  • Program Facilitator

    Cynthia Frosch

Faculty
 

  • Judi Rockey Bradetich
  • Daphne C. Harris
  • Lauren Kelly
  • Mickey Langlais
  • Julie Leventhal