Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR)

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Courses

 

The Master's Degree in Educational Psychology, Concentration in a Research & Evaluation provides education professionals with broad exposure to skills necessary for administrative management positions in educational organizations (schools, districts, colleges, and non-profit organizations).  This knowledge is essential for examining successful programs and interventions, and identifying areas for growth and development.  It provides you the opportunity to gain the broader, more general perspective necessary for promotion to administrative positions or advanced study in education. The M.Ed. in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Research and Evaluation consists of:

 

Conferences COE

NOTE: Background courses may be required if your undergraduate degree did not prepare you for current master level courses. Background courses are assessed on an as needed basis after evaluation of undergraduate transcripts.

Courses Included (33 hours)

EPSY 5000 (3 hours) Introduction to Educational Psychology
EPSY 5210 (3 hours) Statistics for Educational Research
EPSY 5050 (3 hours) Educational Research and Evaluation
EPSY 6010 (3 hours) Statistics for Educational Research
EPSY 6120 (3 hours) Foundations of Program Evaluation
EPSY 5240 (3 hours) Survey Research Methods in Education
EPSY 5250 (3 hours) Grant Proposal Writing Skills
EPSY 5990 (3 hours) Supervised Research or Program Evaluation

And Two Electives in Research and Evaluation Methodology

SCHEDULE

1st Summer (3 sessions) (12 hours)
EPSY 5000 (3 hours) Introduction to Educational Psychology
EPSY 5210 (3 hours) Statistics for Educational Research
EPSY 5050 (3 hours) Educational Research and Evaluation
EPSY 6010 (3 hours) Statistics for Educational Research

Fall (6 hours)
EPSY 5350 (3 hours) Foundations of Psychoeducational Measurement
Elective in Research and Evaluation Methodology

Spring (6 hours)
EPSY 5250 (3 hours) Grant Proposal Writing Skills
EPSY 6120 (3 hours) Foundations of Program Evaluation
 

2nd Summer (9 hours)
EPSY 5240 (3 hours) Survey Research Methods in Education
EPSY 5990 (3 hours) Supervised Research or Program Evaluation
Elective in Research and Evaluation Methodology

In order to qualify, students must (1) fulfill all university and departmental admissions procedures, and (2) maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 during each semester.