How long will it take?
Minimum of 18 semester hours
Where will I take classes?
Application Deadlines View Admissions Requirements
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Educational Psychology, Minor
The educational psychology minor is for undergraduates interested in a deeper understanding of how psychological principles can be applied in educational settings.
Educational psychology minors will gain experience in topics such as:
- The science of learning
- Applied memory and cognition
- Sociocultural and diversity issues in education
- Learning and development
- Behavior analysis
The Educational Psychology minor is designed to provide undergraduate students with knowledge and expertise in Educational Psychology. Educational Psychologists are interested in applications of psychology to education, broadly defined. A minor in Educational Psychology will allow students to explore learning and teaching in classrooms as well as other educational outreach programs. Such explorations, along with students’ knowledge of major content areas, will provide viable possibilities for future careers and a deeper appreciation for learning in a variety of contexts.
Students are required to complete nine credits from the following: EDUC 2130 (Exploring Learning and Teaching), EPY 2050 (Human Growth and Development) and EPY 4450 (Culture and Cognition) in addition to nine credits of elective courses.
For complete degree requirements, visit the catalog.