Become a leader in the fields of teaching, learning, human development, and behavior in our Educational Psychology programs. Graduate-level researchers study how students think and learn, the science of giftedness and creativity, quantitative methodology, and the best practices in the field of school psychology.
By crafting personalized plans of study, we prepare you to be an educational researcher, theorist, or practitioner who works to serve diverse populations. Our department comprises four interconnected areas of emphasis, which provide depth and flexibility to customize your program of study and become an expert in the research skills to build knowledge about the ways students think and learn.
Our department is also home to several leading research centers and clinics that offer opportunities for practical experience working with clients and conducting research projects. This includes the School Psychology Clinic, the Academic Computing Center, and the Georgia Center for Assessment. Our students also may work closely with the Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development.
Our faculty members have been awarded millions of dollars in federal and private funding for research on topics such as:
We develop scholars and leaders in the fields of teaching, learning, human development, and behavior.
The sixth annual Safe and Welcoming Schools Conference will feature a distinguished lineup of speakers on important and timely topics.
The Innovation in Teaching Conference highlights innovative teaching practices among educators.
Visit professional development schools and attend working sessions on how to build sustainable partnerships between institutions.
Come celebrate the 2017 fall graduates from the College of Education!