Academic Catalog

2021-2022 Edition

Concentration in Educational Psychology

The Educational Psychology concentration provides the student with specific knowledge related to special needs and educational advocacy, in addition to child, adolescent, and family needs. Providing a solid foundation for those who want to pursue a master’s degree in education, this concentration also creates diversity for those who are interested in having specializations or degrees in two fields, rather than simply an undergraduate education degree. Potential positions include social service positions in the school system, child welfare, and educational aides.

Prerequisite

Requirement Title Credits
PSYC 105Introduction to Psychology3

Requirements

Requirement Title Credits
PSYC 360Special Education and Rehabilitation Services3
PSYC 440Child Psychology3
PSYC 445Adolescent Psychology3
PSYC 450Family Systems3
PSYC 460Motivation3
Total Credits15

The Educational Psychology concentration cannot be paired with the Applied Pastoral Counseling, Child and Adolescent Psychology, General Psychology, or Human Services concentrations.