Our academic programs are grounded in the latest research in human development. What this means: you’ll be prepared to bring science-based solutions to real-world challenges. Through our programs, we create classroom, research, and community engagement opportunities that prepare students to be leaders in fields that impact children, youth, and families. No matter your degree path, our courses, advisors, and top-ranked faculty can help you discover what’s next.
B.S./B.A. in developmental psychology
B.S. + M.Ed. in early childhood education
B.S. + M.Ed. in early and elementary education
Ph.D. in developmental psychology
M.Ed. in early childhood education (licensure)
M.Ed. in early care and education (non-licensure)
Online M.A. in applied child and adolescent development
Online graduate minor in infant and early childhood mental health
Doctoral minor in developmental psychology
Additional license in early childhood education
Online graduate certificate in infant and early childhood mental health
If you are interested in becoming a licensed teacher and/or exploring the field of education, the Institute of Child Development (ICD) offers multiple programs at the undergraduate and graduate level in early childhood and elementary education.
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