A Unique & Rich Combination in an Ed Psych and Ed Tech Doctoral Program
The nationally ranked Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (EPET) doctoral program produces scholars and leaders in the study of human learning and development and/or in the development and study of diverse technologies supporting learning and teaching. It emphasizes rigorous scholarship and diverse analytical perspectives on learning, development and technology embedded in culture and society.
The program prepares graduates to pursue careers in university research and teaching, research on and development of educational technologies and leadership roles in school systems and the private sector.
You’re Welcome at MSU
The EPET doctoral program welcomes applicants from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds, educational and technological experiences and social, economic and cultural backgrounds.
In addition, our faculty bring a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds, research experiences and traditions and cultural and life experiences to their work—and we actively seek to maintain and expand that diversity.
Our students often pursue and develop expertise in either Educational Psychology or Educational Technology, though many develop expertise at the intersection of these emphasis areas.
One of the great opportunities for our students is to be able to participate in MSU’s Certification in College Teaching. Learn more ›