Educational Psychology — Research, Measurement and Statistic

Doctoral Program offered in the College of Education

In addition to an in-depth familiarity with research and assessment processes, our program will help you develop a thorough understanding of the physical, cognitive, behavioral and social-emotional influences that affect learning. This knowledge will prepare you for a variety of leadership roles in educational and community settings.

We offer coursework in four specialization areas:

  • Family policy and program administration
  • Gifted and talented
  • Learning and development
  • Research, measurement and evaluation

Several of these provide avenues for earning additional professional certification or licensing. Our programs have been recognized by the National Council on Family Relations and U.S. News and World Report.

RFI - EPSY

  • Program Facilitator

    Darrell M. Hull

Faculty
 

  • Qi Chen
  • Robin Henson
  • Darrell M. Hull
  • Prathiba Natesan
  • Nicole Sankofa