Master's in Educational Psychology & Research at KU


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Program Overview

The master's degree in educational psychology & research at the University of Kansas offers students two unique program specialization tracks. The Development & Learning (D&L) track prepares students for work in schools, nonprofit agencies, other applied settings, and for future doctoral training. The Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics (REMS) track prepares graduate students for careers in quantitative research methods including test development.

Career Outcomes in Educational Psychology & Research

Students who graduate from KU's master's degree in educational psychology & research go on to pursue advanced studies at the doctoral level. Graduates from the program may also take positions working in schools, nonprofits, and other applied settings.


Thinking about educational psychology & research?

Let us know you’re interested in the program. We would love to connect with you to discuss the program’s curriculum, steps necessary for admission to KU, and what to expect once you have become a Jayhawk.

BRAG POINTS

#7
Public School of Education & Human Sciences
36
Credit hours of graduate coursework


Joseph R. Pearson Hall
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Kansas
School of Education and Human Sciences
Joseph R. Pearson Hall , Room 621
1122 West Campus Rd.
Lawrence , Kansas 66045-3101

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Accreditation

The KU School of Education and Human Sciences is accredited under the NCATE standards through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Accreditation System.

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