Educational Psychology - International StudentsThe educational psychology doctoral (PhD) program focuses on Cognition and Instruction. The program has a cognitive science perspective with a strong foundation in methodology. Interdisciplinary activities are promoted, especially those related to current technology and instructional design. These emphases are intended to prepare students to apply, integrate, and construct knowledge across a variety of occupational, educational, and content matter domains that involve research or evaluation. Graduates of the program are educated to: Understand human cognition; conduct research; and employ technology to promote effective learning and training. Coursework is offered each semester, including summers. A limited number of courses are available online. The program is not available as "distance education," but the combination of online and summer courses may make it viable for non-traditional doctoral students.
Required Documents for Admission
Application Packet Submission Deadline:
Application Packet Submission Deadline Information: March 1 for fall admission & October 1 for spring admission