The Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling’s vision/mission is to excel in the preparation of leaders and scholars who promote psychological health, educational expertise, and civic responsibility.
EPC offers undergraduate courses and graduate programs related to teaching, learning, and counseling across the lifespan. Thirty-two faculty and staff include internationally distinguished scholars who focus on various aspects and approaches to individual and collaborative learning, research, technology, and counseling. The department is committed to the creation and study of environments that enhance learning potential and promote lifelong learning for people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds and the professional practices that we address. Through dynamic interaction among faculty and students across programs, the department provides an exciting, interdisciplinary atmosphere for course and field study leading to a deep level of reflection upon professional practices and individual and collaborative research projects.
Assistantships and fellowships are available for qualified applicants. We invite you to explore the website to learn more about EPC, our faculty, and specific programs. If you have additional questions, please contact us at 865-974-8145.