about the intersection of culture, thinking, motivation and development in UToledo’s educational psychology graduate program.
The master’s and Ph.D. programs in educational psychology at The University of Toledo are great fits if you’re interested in:
UToledo’s educational psychology faculty members have a depth of knowledge in the psychological dimensions of education, teaching, learning and human development. Our students learn theories and concepts that allow them to apply research-tested practices in the real world.
Flexibility. UToledo’s educational psychology graduate program caters to working professionals. Enroll in on-campus, evening classes as well as online courses you access at your convenience.
Unique program. Our master’s and doctoral programs emphasize the sociocultural nature of learning and development. They are deeply rooted in theoretical foundations. But the programs also explore individuals’ cultural context and personal characteristics and how they impact development and motivation.
Follow your passion. Tailor your master’s or doctoral program to suit your goals and interests. Graduate students choose their own research subjects; they aren’t pigeonholed into faculty members’ research areas.
Learn theory and real-world applications. Research methods in educational psychology traditionally emphasize quantitative research. Our program is distinctive in that our students explore both qualitative and quantitative methods. We stress the importance of real-world applications and using research questions to drive methodology and practice.
One-of-a-kind peace education concentration. UToledo is one of the few universities in the U.S. to offer a unique foundations in peace education concentration. The University also hosts a Center for Nonviolence and Democratic Education.
Hands-on practice. UToledo educational psychology graduate students apply their knowledge by:
Faculty collaboration. UToledo master’s and Ph.D. educational psychology students have ready access to our faculty members. Students have opportunities to research, present at conferences and co-author publications with faculty.
Graduates of master’s and doctoral degree programs in education psychology establish careers in:
Our alumni have been hired as:
UToledo students in the educational psychology graduate program develop their own areas of specialization and research. They collaborate with faculty who have been recognized nationally and internationally for expertise in: