Welcome to the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, home to the 2024 U.S. News & World Report second-ranked Educational Psychology program in the nation.
Read how our exceptional research opportunities, mentorship connections, and innovation efforts keep our program top-ranked year after year.
We invite you to learn more about our PhD, EdS, and MS degrees, as well as our certificate programs.
PhD in Educational Psychology
Graduates in the Quantitative Methods area teach, serve as consultants to educational researchers, and conduct research on statistics and psychometrics in education-related fields.
School Psychology Degrees
The EdS in School Psychology program produces school psychologists who help children develop positive relationships, build skills, and achieve academic success as well as overcome social, behavioral, and academic difficulties.
Masters of Science in Educational Psychology
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