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School of Education

Educational Psychology


859 Educational Sciences Building, 1025 West Johnson Street, Madison, WI 53706; 608-262-3432; www.education.wisc.edu/edpsych/

Professors Asmus, Bolt, Brown, Enright, Gettinger, Kalish, Kaplan (chair), Kim, Kratochwill, Nathan, Puntambekar, Shaffer; Associate Professors Albers, Bellmore, Wollack; Assistant Professors Hubbard, Matthews, Rau, Steiner, Vlach

Degrees granted: M.S. in Educational Psychology and Ph.D. with a major in Educational Psychology.

Although the department does not offer an undergraduate degree, it does offer many undergraduate courses in each of the major content areas: measurement and statistics, school psychology, human development, and cognitive science. The department also offers courses specific to teacher education programs, whereby students satisfy State of Wisconsin certification requirements. Many students from other schools and colleges also enroll in educational psychology courses. The department is also the academic home of the undergraduate certificate program in Education and Educational Services.