The M.Ed. degree in Educational Psychology focuses on learning theories, human development, research methods, assessment, and measurement, which could be utilized in a variety of settings and fields. It includes a core set of courses, as well as electives, to allow for specialization and can help prepare graduates for the environment of assessment and outcomes-based practice that is prevalent today.
The program is a good fit for teachers or those from social science backgrounds who want to pursue a master’s degree to further their career. The program can also help prepare graduates to apply for doctoral programs in Educational Psychology or related fields.
Our Program is Accredited By:
- National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education(NCATE): Initial and advanced programs
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
- Ohio Board of Regents
To learn more about Educational Psychology, including the course of study, and to apply for admission, please visit John Carroll’s Office of Graduate Studies website.