Educational Psychology

The Educational Psychology stream of the M.Ed. in  Technology program is designed for students who want to focus on the more pedagogical and psychological aspects of educational technology as related to learners of all ages. The content of the Educational Psychology stream is mean to prepare students for careers as academics and researchers in the fields of educational technology and educational psychology.

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EDPY Course Requirements

Thesis Route

Course-based Route

Core

EDPY 501

Introduction to Methods of Educational Research

EDPY 501

Introduction to Methods of Educational Research

EDPY 510

Learning, Cognition and Education

EDPY 510

Learning, Cognition and Education

LIS 585

Multimedia Literacies

LIS 585

Multimedia Literacies

EDU 575

Theory and Practice in Educational Technology

EDU 575

Theory and Practice in Educational Technology

Option

EDPY 5XX

EDPY 5XX

EDPY 5XX

EDPY 5XX

Technology Option

Technology Option

Technology Option

Technology Option

 

Open Option

Final Project

THES 9XX (*6)

Thesis

EDPY 900 (*3)

Research/ Capping Project

Associate Chair, Undergraduate & Graduate Coordinator

Dr. George Buck
george.buck@ualberta.ca
780.492.9275

Graduate Program Administrator

Yvette Labiuk
yvette.labiuk@ualberta.ca
780.492.1149

Application Procedure

For information about application requirements, procedures and deadlines, visit the Department of Educational Psychology's website.