Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research
The Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research offers graduate degree programs in three program areas:
The departmental objective is to prepare advanced educational leaders to be both sophisticated practitioners and researchers. The graduate degrees within the department will qualify students as university and college teachers, counselors, psychologists, program evaluators, and researchers in educational and counseling environments, as well as provide them with the skills necessary to fill a variety of roles in other settings in which knowledge of human development, learning and cognition, research and evaluation methods are essential.
For admissions information on any of our programs, click on the program links directly above or those above the rotating images.