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The minor is designed to provide undergraduate students with knowledge and expertise in Educational Psychology. Educational Psychologists are interested in applications of psychology to education, broadly defined. A minor in Educational Psychology will allow students to explore learning and teaching in classrooms as well as other educational outreach programs. Such explorations, along with students’ knowledge of major content areas, will provide viable possibilities for future careers and a deeper appreciation for learning in a variety of contexts.
Coursework counting toward the minor cannot also count toward Area A-E of the undergraduate degree.
A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses counting toward the minor. The coursework in the minor will include three required courses focusing on Educational Psychology to ensure students explore and research critical areas of the field.
Students who have questions regarding the Minor in Educational Psychology may contact the College of Education and Human Development Office of Academic Assistance at 404-413-8000 or the Department of Learning Sciences at 404-413-8040.