Your courses will cover a wide range of
topics including learning, human development, statistics, measurement and
research methods. You will be required to take 90 credit hours beyond the
baccalaureate for this doctoral program. If you have already earned your
master’s degree, you will need to complete at least 60 hours of program
coursework at Ball State University. A total of 56 credit hours in the core
program is require with an additional 9 credit hours earned in directed
electives; 10 hours for dissertation research; and 15 hours in specialty areas
of study such as gifted studies, statistics, and human development.
In order to qualify for the
educational psychology doctoral program, you must have:
So you are ready to apply
for our program. Here’s what you need to know: Because the department must receive
notification of acceptance from the Graduate School before your departmental
file can be evaluated, we suggest that you submit materials to The Graduate
School and the department concurrently.
It can takes the Graduate School up to four weeks to process a completed
application, so it is imperative that you submit your materials to the Graduate
School in plenty of time (no later than February 1). The application deadline is February 15. Here are the application steps:
All department application materials can be found in the department application packet.
For additional information email us.
Linda Jones, Graduate Admissions Specialist
Jerrell Cassady, Program Director
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