Graduate Educational Psychology (EPSY)
50093/70093 Variable Title Workshop in Educational Psychology and Foundations (1-4)
Offered on request of school system. Enrollment limited to teachers, administrators or supervisors who are employed in sponsoring system and who are accepted to the university. For 50093 only, may be repeated once for total maximum credit of 6 hours. S/U grading.
60199 Thesis I (2-6)
Thesis student must register for total of 6 hours, 2 to 6 hours in a single semester, distributed over several semesters if desired. S/U grading; IP permissible.
60299 Thesis II (2)
Thesis students must continue registration each semester until all degree requirements are met. S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: EPSY 60199.
65520 Child and Adolescent Development (3)
Dimensions of human development and learning, causal factors and research findings which carry implications for educators in various settings; focusing on birth through adolescence.
65521 Adult Development (3)
Essential dimensions of human development and learning, the causal factors, and the research findings which carry implications for educators in various settings; focusing on early through late adulthood.
65523 Life Span Development (3)
Orientation to human development across life span from conception to death; emphasis on pluralistic determinants of individual growth within changing environmental contexts. Implications for educational and human service practices are emphasized.
65524/75524 Learning Theories (3)
Theories of learning with special emphasis on applications to professional practice. A critical examination of research on human learning processes.
65529/75529 Educational Motivation (3)
Provides students with the opportunity to explore, analyze and evaluate literature related to theories of motivation. Content is grounded in theories but each of the theories has clear classroom application.
68901 Psychological Foundations of Education I (3)
Overview of human development, particularly adolescence, and implications for educational policy and programming, generally and specifically for secondary schools. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program.
68902 Psychological Foundations of Education II (3)
Learning theories and principles, individual differences in learning, classroom planning and evaluation; toward an effective instructional psychology of secondary teachers. Prerequisite: Admission to the M.A.T. program.
68904 Learning Theories Applied in Education (2)
Theories of learning and their application to educative process. Special emphasis on application of learning theories to problems of classroom teaching generally and to classroom management.
69091/89091 Seminar in Learning and Development (1-5)
Variable topic seminar for advanced study of specialized topics and areas; in learning and development; emphasis on theory and research fi ndings as related to educational practice.
69092/89092 Advanced Practicum and Internship in Learning and Development (2-6)
Supervised program in field setting involving application of theories, principles and methodology in learning and development. Planned with and supervised by graduate faculty member. S/U grading; IP permissible.
69095/89095 Special Topics in Learning and Development (1-3)
Specific topic course offering in response to emerging student or program needs in learning and development.
69096/89096 Individual Investigation in Learning and Development (1-3)
Students pursue an individual project on a specific topic in learning and development with approval and under direction of instructor. S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: special approval.
69098/89098 Research in Learning and Development (1-15)
Students pursue an individual research project on a specific topic in learning and development with approval and under direction of instructor. S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: special approval.
77450 Psychological Principles of Education (3)
Provides an exploration of educational psychology as the study of learning and teaching, in particular the mental representations and processes involved in the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of knowledge in educational settings. Discusses how research and theory in educational psychology can be applied to real world classroom problems. Students are also required to develop a research project, which utilizes technology to test psychological theories about learning and instruction. Corequisite: ITEC 77450.
Analysis and critique of major learning theories, state-of-the-art development in theory, research and application to educational practice in selected disciplines.
80090 Doctoral Residency Seminar (3)
Advanced doctoral residency seminar for students in all areas of educational foundations. Focus on current and emergent issues, research and trends in education in multiple settings.
80199 Dissertation I (15)
Doctoral dissertation for which registration in at least two semesters is required, first of which will be semester in which dissertation work is begun and continuing until the completion of 30 hours. S/U grading; IP permissible.
80299 Dissertation II (1 or 15)
Continuing registration required of doctoral students who have completed the initial 30 hours of dissertation and continuing until all degree requirements are met. S/U grading; IP permissible. Prerequisite: EPSY 80199.