Educational Psychology & Learning Sciences

The Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences program is designed to help students master the core content and methods of educational psychology, and provides opportunities for engaging with research in learning, the design and implementation of learning innovations, and learning technologies.


Students in the Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences program study topics such as intelligence, learning styles, child development, classroom learning, learning and technology, and motivation in educational settings. Although the program’s ultimate concern is with real problems in education, the approach is more abstract and theoretically oriented than that of educational scholars who are more immediately concerned with practical questions of curriculum design.

Professor speaks to group of diverse students


Admissions Coordinator
Program Coordinator