Although the department does not offer an undergraduate major, students from across the campus may take undergraduate courses in each of the major content areas: human development, learning sciences, quantitative methods, and school psychology. The department also offers courses specific to teacher education programs.
Educational psychology is the academic home of the undergraduate certificate program in education and educational services. This certificate provides a cohesive set of courses for undergraduate students interested in the many aspects of education, but who choose not to major in education during their undergraduate degree. Students interested in child development, neuroscience and the process of learning, or education-related policies, for example, may wish to complement their current major with this substantive program in education.
Information about faculty, staff, and other contributors to the Department of Educational Psychology can be found on the department's website.