Educational Psychology Ph.D.
What you'll learn
Students in the doctoral program in Educational Psychology develop expertise in conducting empirical research in a sub-field of the discipline, such as learning, instruction, motivation, development, cognition, socialization, or applied behavior analysis.
Graduates will be prepared for careers as faculty members in colleges and universities or as research scientists employed in education, government, or business.
Those students who are currently certified or licensed in fields such as teaching, nursing, speech pathology, physical therapy, counseling, or school psychology will enhance their practice by becoming an expert in research applying psychological science to questions about learning and behavioral change.
Course descriptionView the GSU Graduate Catalog
GRE (verbal, quantitative and analytical subtests required) — An official score on the Graduate Record Examination General Test is required for admission to Ph.D. programs in the College of Education and Human Development. While it is important to note that GRE scores are used along with other criteria established by departments and programs when determining admission, a score of 155 or higher on the verbal section and 151 or higher on the quantitative section will make the application more competitive.
GRE scores may not be more than five years old at the time of application.
|Undergrad GPA||3.30 (applicants for concurrent master's/Ph.D. admission must have minimum undergraduate GPA 3.30)|
|Recommendation Letters||3 letters — two of the three letters should come from academic sources|
|Other Supporting Materials||
goals statement, resume and writing sample; interview
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