This program aims to graduate professionals who promote psychological health, educational expertise, and a strong commitment to community service. A degree in Educational Psychology and Counseling provides the tools to become reflective learners and skilled communicators who contribute to positive learning environments while demonstrating an appreciation for multiculturalism in the educational sector. Throughout the four-year program, practical components, such as internships, encourage and support students’ professional growth and development in a global environment.
Acquisition of knowledge, skills and attributes that are necessary for those who intend to build their career in educational psychology and counseling.
Articulate and apply current best practices in the counseling of learners and in serving as an institutional focal point for educational psychology and counseling expertise.
Development of skills for creating, and assisting learners in creating, learning environments that support diversified learning styles, multiculturalism, and that are free from prejudice.