Students and faculty in counseling and educational psychology study issues such as identity, culture, motivation, well-being, socialization, addiction, psychological interventions, learning, social development, design of learning environments, research designs and strategies, and different methods of data analysis. Faculty and student research interests are broad and include the areas of counseling, counseling psychology, school psychology, family psychology, learning and developmental sciences, and inquiry methodology.
Counseling and Educational Psychology
Research & Service
To be successful in the study of learning, students must gain practical, real-world experiences working with a variety of people from various backgrounds and perspectives. Our research centers and service opportunities give students the opportunity to put their skills to work under the supervision of our faculty.
- Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP)
- Center for Research on Learning and Technology (CRLT)
- Center for Human Growth
Both our Counseling Psychology and School Psychology programs are accredited by the American Psychological Association. Our Counseling program is accredited by the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council.