Our program prepares individuals for teaching and/or research careers in many specialized areas.  Students learn to combine research and practical application to understand significant issues in education and psychology. Students’ research areas include development, learning, individual learner differences, intelligence, learning and study strategies, motivation, measurement, evaluation, assessment, and statistics.

Our graduates work for colleges and universities, school systems, state and federal agencies, business and industry, private research and development organizations; as well as other educational and developmental settings.