Minors

• Please choose one of the two focus areas below.

• The masters level minor in QQPM requires 12 credit hours of courses in Educational Psychology. These twelve hours must be from one of the foci listed below.

• The doctorate level minor in QQPM consists of 15 credit hours of courses in Educational Psychology. These fifteen hours must be from one of the foci listed below. In addition, at least six of these credit hours must be in courses open exclusively to graduate students (900 level or 800 level without 400 level or lower counterparts) and the student’s supervisory committee must have a QQPM faculty member.

• Available to students inside and outside of the Department of Educational Psychology.

• Must earn a B or better in all courses for the Minor

• Only one course substitution is allowed.

• Students are only allowed to obtain one minor within the Department of Educational Psychology.


Statistics and Measurement Focus

Choose five of the following:
EDPS 859 Statistical Methods
EDPS 870 Introduction to Educational
and Psychological Measurement
EDPS 941 Intermediate Statistics:
Experimental Methods
EDPS 942 Intermediate Statistics:
Correlational Methods
EDPS 969 Nonparametric Statistics Methods
EDPS 970 Theory and Methods of
Educational Measurement
EDPS 971 Structural Equation Modeling
EDPS 972 Multivariate Analysis
EDPS 980 Item Response Theory
EDPS 991E Seminar: Equating
EDPS 991L Seminar: Longitudinal Analysis
EDPS 991M Seminar: Multilevel Modeling
EDPS 991V Seminar: Validity

Applied Research Methods Focus

Choose five of the following:
EDPS 800 Foundations of Educational Research
EDPS 859 Statistical Methods
EDPS 860 Applications of Selected
Advanced Systems
EDPS 900A Correlational and Experimental Methods
EDPS 900B Single-Case Experimental Designs
in Educational Research
EDPS 900D Survey Methods in Educational Research
EDPS 900K Qualitative Approaches to
Educational Research
EDPS 935 Qualitative Research
EDPS 936 Mixed Methods Research
EDPS 973A Evaluation Theory and Practice

• The masters level minor in Educational Psychology requires 12 credit hours of courses in Educational Psychology. These twelve hours must be from the courses listed below.

• The doctorate level minor in Educational Psychology consists of 15 credit hours of courses in Educational Psychology. These fifteen hours must be from the courses listed below. In addition, at least six of these credit hours must be in courses open exclusively to graduate students (900 level or 800 level without 400 level or lower counterparts) and the student’s supervisory committee must have a QQPM faculty member

• Only available to students outside of the Department of Educational Psychology.

• Must earn a B or better in all courses for the Minor

• Students are only allowed to obtain one minor within the Department of Educational Psychology.

• Courses outside the Department of Educational Psychology cannot be substituted for any of the EDPS courses.


Educational Psychology Minor

Required course:
EDPS 870 Introduction to Educational and Psychological Measurement
Choose one:
EDPS 850 Child Psychology
EDPS 851 Psychology of Adolescence
Choose one:
EDPS 854 Human Cognition and Instruction
EDPS 855 Teaching Learners to Learn
Choose one:
EDPS 859 Statistical Methods
EDPS 900A Correlational and Experimental Methods
EDPS 900B Single Case/Small N Methods in Educational Research
EDPS 900D Survey Methods in Educational Research
EDPS 900K Qualitative Approaches in Educational Research


For information on our undergraduate minor please visit Educational Psychology Minor.