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Master of Education in Educational Psychology

Program Details

At the University of Georgia, students may earn their Master of Education in Education Psychology. This program will be taught through the Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology. The information students will learn may be applied in careers such as coordinator of school system programs, university professor, classroom teacher, educational consultant, or coordinator in state departments of education.

Students will complete a total of 37 credit hours along with required coursework and a final written comprehensive exam. Program material is designed for teachers instructing in areas of Pre-K to twelfth grade. Students will enter the program with a cohort; a group of their peers that will begin and complete the program at the same time. Cost for this program is $575 per credit hour.

Courses will include Multicultural Perspectives and Technology, Human Development for Education, Cognition for Education, Action Research, and Methods of Research in Education, among many others.


In order to be admitted to this program, students need to at least have the following: a Baccalaureate degree, an undergraduate GPA of 3.0, and strong GRE or Miller Analogies Test scores.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges