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Educational Psychology and Research

Educational Psychology & Research Program Curriculum

Graduate students pursuing the master's degree in educational psychology & research at KU will need to select a program track (Development & Learning - or - Research, Evaluation, Measurement & Statistics) to complete appropriate required coursework

Faculty members in Educational Psychology and Research are engaged in research and teaching activities, so graduate students have regular opportunities to be involved in research relevant to their area of study. Because research is integral to our Master's degree program, we expect all Educational Psychology and Research students to be actively involved in research activities.

Master's Thesis or Project

All students enrolled in the master's degree in educational psychology & research must complete a master’s thesis or project. Each student must take a minimum of six master’s thesis or project credit hours. These credit hours allow students to focus on completing their thesis or project.

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