Christian E. Mueller, Ph.D.
Office: 100 Ball Hall
Phone: (901) 678-4392
Fax: (901) 678-5114
The Master's degree programs in Educational Psychology and Research prepare educational
leaders for scholarly expertise with a knowledge base for critical thinking in human
development across the life span, cognitive processes applied to education, educational
research methods and statistics.
- Human Development: Theory, research, and practice in the domains of infancy, early
childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and aging. Biocultural processes
in child development and human development in the dynamic changing contexts.
- Learning, Cognition, and Motivation: Learning, motivation, critical thinking, self-regulated
learning, individual differences.
Read the official Graduate Bulletin for current requirements for the degree.