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Educational Psychology & Research Learning Objectives

Students admitted to the EPR program are assigned a faculty advisor whose area of research most closely matches students' interests. The role of the faculty advisor is to assist students in planning their course sequence (see "Master's Plan of Study" located under the EPR Resources section) offer guidance and mentorship, and support students' transition to the University of Kansas and graduate study. While every incoming student is initially assigned an advisor, students may choose to switch to another advisor if their research interests better match those of another faculty member in EPR.


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The specialist program in school psychology is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists
School of Education is 10th among public universities for its master’s and doctoral programs
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Doctoral programs in school psychology and counseling psychology are accredited by the American Psychological Association
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