Graduates of the Educational Psychology MEd apply their knowledge in data analysis, program development and evaluation, and teaching. Graduates also 

  • analyze data for higher education institutions, nonprofit organizations, private school networks and school districts;
  • assume teacher leadership positions in their schools;
  • develop and evaluate educational programs in schools, government offices, and nonprofit or corporate organizations; and 
  • improve their practice as educators.

Voluntary Internships

Internships give you opportunities to get hands-on experience, refine your understanding of your coursework and make professional contacts who can assist your future career development. Internships are voluntary experiences that take place outside of the program curriculum: students do not receive credit for internships. 

School Partnerships & Associations

As part of its mission to give back to the surrounding community and provide substantive fieldwork experiences for its students, the College of Education has formed partnerships with more than 25 institutions and organizations, such as

Career Services

The College of Education offers a range of career development services to its students. You can also visit the university Career Center for support during your job or internship search. Drop in for a short visit or schedule a 30-minute coaching session to discuss components of your professional profile, including your résumé and LinkedIn presence.

You’ll also have access to


Career opportunities and mid-career salaries for the Educational Psychology MEd may include the following examples.


Median Salary*

Industrial-Organizational Psychologists


Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary


Social & Human Service Assistants


* Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).