The Department of Educational Psychology offers these graduate level opportunities:
- Master’s/Educational Specialist Program in School Psychology - two years of full-time study followed by one full-time salaried internship in a cooperating school district.
- Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in Educational Psychology - students can choose a psychological focus or an educational focus. Full-time students can typically complete the program in 18-24 months; part-time students in two to three years.
- Combined Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program in Educational Psychology - this program combines course work from the Bachelor of Science in Family Studies (B.S.) with the terminal Masters of Education in Educational Psychology option in Human Development, Learning, and Family Studies (M.Ed.). The degree may be obtained in 5 years or less.
- Master’s in Instructional Design and Technology - two options, M.Ed. and M.A. Both require 33 credits and can be completed in one year of full-time study. A part-time option is also available. (Not accepting new applications at this time.)
- Special Education Online Hybrid Program - participating teachers earn 24 credits, which in combination with a current Ohio teaching license and passage of Praxis II in special education meet Ohio’s requirements* for licensure. (Ohio requires special educators to have a minimum of 12 credits of reading; this program provides 6, some participants may need additional reading credits.)
- Graduate Certificate for Professional Development: Assessment and Evaluation -- educators and other professionals develop in-depth expertise in real-world application of education evaluation, including testing. The three-course program can be completed in one year and successful participants earn formal recognition for their expertise.