Educational Psychology: Context and Techniques of Assessment (MAE)

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BECOME ADVOCATES FOR ALL CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

The MAE in Educational Psychology: Context and Techniques is designed for students planning further graduate studies in School Psychology. This program is the first step to the Ed.S. degree. This one-year program offers students the opportunity to shadow school psychology professionals and put their learning into practice in elementary classrooms. The program strives to train practitioners who will become leaders in the practice of school psychology and advocates for all children and families. Through participation in a learning community of professors, other graduate students, and practitioners, students are prepared to make professional judgments that take into consideration ethical principles; social, political, and policy contexts; and best practices derived from research and theory. 

CONTACT

 

Program Address

Educational Psychology

525 Schindler Education Center

Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0607

 

Dr. Nicole Skaar

Graduate Coordinator

Phone: (319) 273-7649

E-mail: nicole.skaar@uni.edu

Dr. Tim Gilson

Assistant Department Head

Phone: (319) 273-2636

E-mail: tim.gilson@uni.edu

 

Debra Jacobs

Secretary

Phone: (319) 273-2694

E-mail: debra.jacobs@uni.edu

Apply

Program Instruction Type

Overview

  • GRE: Yes

    Other:

    a. CV / Resume

    b. Personal Statement

    c. Writing Sample

    d. Three Letters of Recommendation

    Note: International students whose first language is not English must submit TOEFL or IELTS scores. View the International Admissions Graduate Page for more information.