UW-Madison Department of Educational Psychology - Graduate Program

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CONTACTING US

Main Office

Educational Psychology
School of Education
UW-Madison
859 Education Sciences
1025 W. Johnson Street
MadisonWI  53706-1796

Tel: 608/262-3432
Fax: 608/262-0843

Email: edpsych@education.wisc.edu
or by contact form
 

Department Graduate Program

Our mission is to generate and promote the application of cutting-edge scientific knowledge concerning:

  • The psychological and social processes that underlie learning.

  • The design of effective instruction.

  • The factors affecting the mental health of learners of all ages and the methodological tools required to generate this knowledge.

This mission entails four component activities:

  • Produces high quality, innovative research and scholarship to understand the development and mental health of learners and to understand the nature of effective instructional contexts.

  • Trains outstanding researchers who address problems in the substantive domains of the Learning Sciences, Human Development, Quantitative Methods, and School Psychology.

  • Instructs prospective educators, mental health professionals, and future researchers in other disciplines in how to conduct, interpret, and apply scientifically based research on learning and instruction.

  • Provides leadership and charts new directions for university, professional, and community organizations charged with understanding learners and instructional processes and with implementing educational programs.

Areas of Specialization

We have four graduate program areas of study:

We also offer programs to support undergraduate students interested in aspects of education, but who choose not to major in Education and teachers in K-12 seeking a Masters degree:

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