Full time on campus / Majority face-to-face

Educational Psychology: Emphasis in Cognition, Creativity, Instruction, & Development (M.Ed./M.S.)

The EPSY master's program emphasizing Cognition, Creativity, Instruction, & Development prepares graduates who are educated consumers of educational research.  The program of study is designed to promote a deeper understanding of learning, human development, and basic research methods.

Masters students in CCID focus on how development, intelligence, and creativity affects:

Educational Psychology: Specialization in Bilingual Education (Ph.D.)

The 75-hour doctoral program in Bilingual Education prepares graduates for university and leadership positions in the field of education, including consultation and evaluation, teacher training and supervision or coordination of programs. A combination of coursework, practica, program competencies and the final dissertation ensure both the breadth and depth of training. Faculty trained and experienced in bilingual curriculum development, distance teaching formats and instructional design leads the program.


University Studies: Concentration in Child Professional Services (B.S.)

The University Studies degree is a flexible 120-hour program that enables a student to combine a prescribed concentration, two minors, the core curriculum and electives to create a comprehensive degree that aligns with their individual professional interest.  The program is heavily student centered. It is essential the student has a clear understanding of their professional or further educational interests and the selected plan of study positions them for success.