Educational Psychology Master of Education

The Educational Psychology Master of Education program at Temple University’s College of Education is characterized by a strong commitment to service, the interplay of theory and practice, and a strong orientation to research and theory. The interdisciplinary program will analyze the various processes of human learning, cognition and human development as they relate to educational processes and practices. Students will study learning processes through the lens of various psychological perspectives and apply these learning theories to enhance student learning in various learning environments.

The Educational Psychology MEd program focuses on three major areas in coursework:

  • applied data analysis and assessment,
  • human development, and
  • learning and conceptual processes.

The Educational Psychology Master of Education program can be completed on a full- or part-time basis, with evening classes that accommodate the schedules of working professionals.


Educational Psychology faculty conduct research that furthers theoretical understanding and improves learning. The application of this new psychological knowledge advances teaching and curriculum development; supports mental health; and serves families, groups and organizations.

Tuition & Fees

In keeping with Temple’s commitment to access and affordability, the Master of Education program offers a competitive level of tuition with multiple opportunities for financial support.

Tuition rates are set annually by the university and are affected by multiple factors, including program degree level (undergraduate or graduate), course load (full- or part-time), in-state or out-of-state residency and more. Learn more about our tuition and fees.

These tuition costs apply to the 2017–2018 academic year.

Pennsylvania resident: $898.00 per credit
Out-of-state: $1,231.00 per credit


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