About Educational Psychology
and Research

The Educational Psychology and Research program, while not degree-granting, aims to serve the academic needs of multiple programs both in the Department of Human Studies and in the School of Education at large. This service program offers courses such as Measurement and Evaluation in Education, Lifespan Human Development, Communication Skills in Human Services, and Case Management that students in Kinesiology, Community Health and Human Services, Counselor Education, and Educational Leadership must take in order to earn their degrees. We also teach the Introduction to Statistics course required by the Kinesiology program for its Exercise Science and Physical Education concentrations; educational psychology graduate courses designated for teacher certification and recertification; the research and statistics course required by all three doctoral programs in the School of Education; and a selection of electives. Our courses are taken also by graduate students from the School of Nursing, the School of Public Health, and the School of Health Professions.

Nationally recognized researchers and
award-winning faculty members
Jenna LaChenaye

Jenna LaChenaye

Melanie Shores

Melanie Shores

Robin Fiedler

Robin Fiedler

Scott Snyder

Scott Snyder

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