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Educational Psychology and Research

Educational Psychology & Research Degree at KU

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The Master's degree in Educational Psychology & Research includes the following. Please see the Program Curriculum page for more information:

  • Take courses to satisfy the Core Course Requirements (16 credit hours);
  • Take an additional two courses (minimum of six credit hours) to establish an area of emphasis in one of the two tracks;
  • Take an additional two courses (minimum of six credit hours) from departments other than Educational Psychology, one of which must be from a department in the School of Education;
  • Complete a data-driven thesis.

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