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undergraduate programs iconEducational Psychology Minor

What you’ll learn

Students minoring in Educational Psychology will learn about the principles of teaching and learning. This program deepens students’ understanding of psychology as it is applied to the process of education in a variety of settings.

 

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Program Contact

404-413-8040
ncommander@gsu.edu

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undergraduate programs icon Minor in Special Education РHigh Incidence Disabilities

High Incidence Disabilities provides undergraduate students with knowledge and experiences in special education focused on students with behavior and learning disabilities (e.g., learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, ADHD, speech and language disorders, mild intellectual disabilities). These disabilities are the most frequently represented areas of disabilities in schools today with students being served across a continuum of placements. Students will take courses from within the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders.

 

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Program Contact

Nicole Patton-Terry, Ph.D.
npterry@gsu.edu

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undergrad iconHuman Learning and Development B.I.S.

What you’ll learn

The program in Human Learning and Development provides students an opportunity to acquire a career-oriented range of skills and knowledge of this important field by choosing from the coursework in behavior and learning disabilities, child growth and development, counseling, deaf studies, educational psychology, learning technology, and physical activity and health offered at Georgia State in a range of departments in the College of Education.

Students should contact an advisor in the University Advisement Center or the College of Education Office of Academic Assistance to declare the major. Students should declare their major by the time they have earned 42 credit hours to avoid a delay in graduation. A 2.0 Georgia State University GPA is required in order to pursue the program.

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Program Contact

Dr. Omer Ari
404-413-8020
oari1@gsu.edu

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