Consuelo Arbona, John P. Gaa, Phyllis M. Gingiss, Thomas Kubiszyn, Frederick Lopez, Robert H. McPherson, Amaury Nora, Roberta Nutt (Visiting), Doris Prater, Alexander Schilt, Dennis Smith, Christopher A. Wolters, Yali Zou
Mary W. Armsworth, Joel A. Bloom, Madelyn Coleman, Patrick Ellis (Visiting), Ronald G. Frankiewicz, Catherine Horn, Dov (David B.) Liberman, Norma E. Olvera, Margaret Watson (Visiting), Margit Wiesner, Jenny Yi, Shirley Yu
Andrea Burridge (Visiting), Max Castillo (Visiting), Tam Dao, Allison Dempsey, Jay Lee (Visiting), Milena Margulis, Lonnie McKinney, Weihua Fan, Catherine L. Horn, Sharon Johnson (Visiting), Judith Radigan (Visiting), George Schanding
The Department of Educational Psychology offers an undergraduate program in Human Development and Family Studies and coursework leading to certifications in Early Childhood through Sixth Grade (EC-6) and Special Education.
Students in the Human Development and Family Studies Program may also choose to pursue the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certificate (formerly known as American Humanics).
Coursework trains students both to understand the conceptual base of theories, applied research, and methods of psychology and to apply those fields of study to the processes of education and human development in practica and internships.
The department emphasizes a prevention, intervention, and consultation approach that encourages prospective educators to develop skills that respond to the unique assessment, academic, and social needs of individuals in a variety of settings.
The Department of Educational Psychology also offers an undergraduate program in Health with three areas of emphasis: Health Promotion, Health Promotion for Allied Health Professionals, and Public Health. All three tracks offer coursework that meets national competencies necessary to become a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES).
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