Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development
- Master of Arts in Educational Psychology (EdP) with areas of emphasis in the following: (1) Educational Psychology, (2) Evaluation and Research, (3) Child Development and Family Studies
- Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology (EdP)
- Master of Arts in Instructional Design and Technology (IDT)
- Doctor of Education in Instructional Design and Technology (IDT)
- Doctor of Philosophy in Education with areas of emphasis in the following: (1) Learning, Instructional Design, and Technology; and (2) Human Development and Family Studies
The Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development is dedicated to learning across the life span. Encompassing a diverse spectrum of education practices and human services, the department houses programs in child development and family studies, educational psychology, instructional design and technology, and program evaluation and research. Faculty and students alike master technology to share new ways to learn, teach, research, and interact in the community. With a focus on global awareness, graduates are culturally competent and develop ethical foundations to maintain integrity in their academics and professions and simultaneously inspire others.
Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education
|"Orientation to HPE" Module - To be completed before or during first semester|
|Professional Development Plan - To be posed on the Health Sciences program portfolio site during the first course|
|HPE Core Content|
|Must maintain a 3.0 GPA for all coursework|
|EDP 600||Educational Psychology||3|
|EDP 640||Instructional Design||3|
|EDP 612||Introduction to Research||3|
|EDP 617||Program Evaluation||3|
- Reagan Curtis - Ph.D.
- Amy Root - Ph.D.