Educational Psychology & Research (EDPR) is located in the College of Education. Educational Psychology & Research is a specialized field of psychology that deals with teaching, learning, and development; and how to design and measure quantitatively and qualitatively all things related to contexts in which individuals teach and learn. If your interests are related to scientifically understanding human development (e.g., cognitive, social, emotional), teaching strategies (traditional, art-based, elearning), and learning processes (e.g., self-regulation, motivation, resilience) you might be seeking to minor in Educational Psychology & Research. Our areas of interest are embedded in cultural differences and the assumption that context is relevant. Educational Psychology & Research compliments a breadth of undergraduate majors and adequately prepares students to seeking Master and Doctoral degrees.