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Department of Educational Psychology
Shaping the future at Northern Arizona University
Our programs strive to give you hands-on experience in supervised clinical settings, provide you with a curriculum based on a developmental, experiential training model that includes understanding theory, assessment, intervention, and evaluation skills. We prepare you to work with individuals, families, groups, schools, organizations, and agencies as well as offer courses delivered through a combination of in-person, online, hybrid, and supervised practice.
The Department of Educational Psychology at Northern Arizona University is pleased to share information about our department. For further information or to answer your questions, please contact us.
Explore our degrees
Visit the COE Research Center’s website
The COERC facilitates faculty scholarship that reflects the goals of the college and the many professional disciplines comprising the college.
Clinical Psychology, Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Combined Counseling/School Psychology PhD program
School Psychology, Educational Specialist (EdS)
Master’s counseling programs
NAU’s counseling program was ranked No. 1 in Top Counseling School’s list of Best Value Master’s Counseling Degree in Arizona for 2016.
Educational Psychology at NAU is involved in ongoing advocacy projects:
Non-resident professional licensure information
If you are not a resident of Arizona, and you are taking an online course or program leading to professional licensure, NAU cannot confirm whether the course or program meets requirements for professional licensure in your state. Please check with the appropriate licensing board in your state to determine whether the course or program meets requirements for licensure in your state.