Ph.D. in Psychology - Educational PsychologyWalden University

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Ph.D. in Psychology - Educational Psychology

Making a positive impact within your community, organization, and profession requires an ability to integrate theories, research, and evidence-based practices that accommodate cultural and individual diversity. With a Ph.D. in Psychology from Walden University, you’ll be better prepared as a researcher, educator, and practitioner to help individuals and groups with family, mental health, career, and educational issues.

Contribute to the field of education through independent, professional research. Deepen your understanding of key psychological theories affecting issues related to the learning experiences of both high achievers and individuals whose needs are more specialized. Explore how to apply these theories to teaching learners across their lifespan and researching student cognition, motivation, and development.

This specialization will prepare you for a career as a higher education faculty member, educational psychologist, researcher, program administrator, or consultant.


AccreditationNorth Central Association (NCA)
RequirementsStudents must have a master's degree from an accredited institution.
Delivery FormatSelf Directed Study/On-line
Education LevelDoctorate