Provided by Northcentral University
Educational Psychology is a psychological science focused on understanding the learning process and finding ways to enhance the educational experience for all types of learners. Those working within this field must understand not only the foundations of psychology, but child and adolescent development and the learning process. Career opportunities within this field may include working as an instructional coordinator, a learning and development director or an education training specialist.
NCU is pleased to announce the launch of our Master of Science in Educational Psychology degree program. Offered by our School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, this program can help prepare students for a rewarding career in a variety of setting, including schools, preschools, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Enrollment in this innovative online programs was opened August 6.
What will you learn?
Students in this program will learn how to enhance education and training outcomes through the principles of psychology and the science of learning. This program covers the foundations of educational psychology along with key subjects like child and adolescent development, the psychology of learning, gifted education and diversity-related topics. Students will also gain leadership skills and learn how to utilize statistics and design research.
Designed and taught by experienced professionals, this program provides students the ability to gain valuable experience and real-world knowledge. It is best suited for those that currently work in education or those that seek a future in education or workforce training development. You can learn more about this and other degree options by visiting www.ncu.edu/edcor.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed programs, and other important information, please visit our website at www.ncu.edu/program-disclosures.
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