The Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations involves the psychological and quantitative foundations of education. We have five graduate programs: Counseling Psychology, Couple and Family Therapy, Educational Measurement and Statistics, Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences, and School Psychology. Each of these programs seeks to understand issues related to education from a psychological and/or quantitative perspective, rather than from a social or historical perspective.


Counseling Psychology (PhD)

Couple and Family Therapy (PhD)

Educational Measurement and Statistics (PhD, MA)

Educational Psychology & Learning Sciences (PhD, MA, certificate, undergraduate minor)

School Psychology (PhD, EdS)


Interim DEO

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations
361 Lindquist Center (South)
319-335-5578 (phone)
319-335-5386 (fax)