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Required Classes

Doctoral Program in Educational Psychology 2015-16

Educational Psychology Core (47 credit hours)
EDPS 600 - Advanced Educational Psychology
EDPS 601 - Seminar in Educational Psychology (need 6 credit hours)
EDSP 606 - Learning and Achievement Motivation
EDPS 641 - Intro Statistical Methods
EDPS 642 - Analysis of Variance
EDPS 643 - Research Design
EDPS 720 - Developmental Theories Research
EDPS 741 - Applied Regression Analysis
EDPS 742 - Multivariate Statistics
EDPS 746 - Theory of Measurement
EDPS 765 - Theories of Learning
EDST 650 - Introduction to Qualitative Research
ID 705 - Research Colloquium (need 2 credit hours)
PSYS 691 - Systems of Psychology

Choose 6 credit hours from
EDPS 627 - Child Development
  or
EDPS 628 - Adolescent Development
  or
EDPS 629 - Adult Development

Choose 3 credit hours from
EDPS 698 - Special Topics
  or
EDPS 768 - Theories Cognitive Development

Research Applications, Choose 3 credit hours from
EDPS 730 - Nonparametric Statistics
EDPS 740 - Categorical Data Analysis
EDPS 743 - Factor Analysis
EDPS 744 - Structural Equation Modeling
EDPS 785 - Multilevel Statistical Models
EDST 655 - Intro Mixed Methods Research
EDST 660 - Ethno Research in Education
EDST 671 - Evaluation of Educational Programs
SOC 681 - Survey Research Methods

Culture and Diversity , Choose 3 credit hours from
EDEL 644 - Education in a Diverse Society
EDFO 651 - Educational Sociology
EDMU 660 - Multicultural and Multiethnic Education in American Schools
EDMU 670 - Social & Cultural Minorities in American Education

Directed Electives - 6 hours of electives approved by the doctoral committee
Dissertation - 10 credit hours
Cognate - 15 credit hours

Students may choose from among cognates in the Department of Educational Psychology, including gifted studies, psychology of human development, and statistics and research methods. Cognates from other departments within Teachers College might also be considered, including special education, counseling psychology, teacher education, higher education, curriculum, and educational technology.

A complete listing of our courses, as well as their descriptions, can be found in the Educational Psychology section of the Graduate Catalog.

Department of Educational Psychology
Teachers College (TC), Room 505
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Phone: 765-285-8500
Fax: 765-285-3653
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