Educational Psychology (M.A.E.)

Location Offered: 
On-Campus & Online
LOR (varies depending on emphasis)
Statement of Purpose
Writing sample (Context and Techniques of Assessment only)
Program-Specific Requirements

Master of Arts in Education

The MAE in Educational Psychology is designed for 1) students planning further graduate studies in educational psychology; 2) persons with work experience as teachers, instructors or trainers in schools, business, or human service agencies who are seeking further professional development (emphases 298). It is also for students planning further graduate study in school psychology (emphasis 296).

Areas of Concentration Currently Available

  • Context and Techniques of Assessment Emphasis (296)
  • Professional Development for teachers (298)
    • This emphasis is only for students who will continue on into the Eds: School Psychology Program

Admission Requirements

  • International Application for Admission
  • Official transcripts sent from your current and/or all prior academic institutions that you have attended to the Office of Admissions.
  • Official report of TOEFL score (550/79) or IELTS (6.5).
  • Personal Statement
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation (emphasis 298)
    • 3 Letters of Recommendation (emphasis 296)
  • Official report of GRE Score 50%+ (emphasis 296 only)
  • Writing Sample (emphasis 296 only)
  • Program Specific

Application Deadlines

  • Emphasis 298 - Applications accepted at anytime; admissions are granted for each semester
  • Emphasis 296 - The department only accepts a small cohort of students each fall. Applications materials are due February 1 for admission the following fall.

Graduate Assistantship Requirements

  • Completed graduate assistantship and tuition scholarship application forms should be sent with all other application documents ( by February 1

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