As our society becomes more sophisticated, so must our attention to education and learning. Graduates of the master of arts (MA) program in educational psychology will be in demand to explain the needs of learners and teachers in all areas and to implement the most relevant and useful forms of testing and evaluation. The potential for growth within this field is considerable.

Our graduates go on to work in a wide variety of settings and have used their degrees to move into more advanced positions within their current professions.

The MA in educational psychology will augment your existing experiences to prepare you for careers that are increasingly in demand, including:

  • college instructor
  • test and assessment developer
  • assessment test administrator
  • training and development specialist
  • instructional coordinator
  • educational program evaluator
  • early childhood educator
  • institutional researcher
  • data manager
  • educational researcher

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If you are interested in these or similar careers, the MA in educational psychology may be for you. If you already work in one of these fields, the MA will make your experience even more valuable. Take a look at the specializations we offer. Request more information.