The Department of Educational Psychology (EPSY) within the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education offers Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Arts degrees with concentrations in cognition, instruction, and learning technology; counseling; giftedness, creativity, and talent development; measurement, evaluation, and assessment; school psychology; and special education. Also offered is a Master of Arts with a concentration in educational technology.
The 2022 U.S. News & World Report’s national rankings for specialty programs in the Special Education category include the Neag School’s program in this area, tied at No. 13.
EPSY prepares graduates to become leading researchers and policymakers in their respective fields, and comprises nationally and internationally renowned scholars within the department’s seven fields of study. The MA and Ph.D. degrees may be taken with concentrations in the areas of Cognition, Instruction and Learning Technology (CILT); counseling; educational technology (MA only); giftedness, creativity, and talent development; measurement, evaluation, and assessment; school psychology; and special education.