Educational Psychology (PDF)
Thomas Harrison, Associate Dean/Professor
College of Education
Office: (775) 682-7318
The M.Ed. is designed for teachers in elementary education, secondary education, and special education who wish to improve and expand classroom skills to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population of students, focusing on learning, development, information technology and counseling. . The degree is also appropriate for any student wishing a master's degree with an emphasis in educational psychology.
The 37-39-credit degree includes courses in Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Information Technology in Education. Nine credits of electives also are included.