From Master's Degree To Educational Psychology PhD

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From Master's Degree To Educational Psychology PhD

For some people, obtaining a Master's Degree is simply a means to an end. In some cases, an MBA is used to advance already established careers. For others, it's a chance to work toward a PhD. If your ultimate goal is work within the educational system, consider obtaining your PhD. While completion requirements may vary slightly from university to university, you can expect to complete anywhere from 120 - 124 quarter credits. Courses may include things like Lifespan Developmentor, Adolescent Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Qualitative Analysis, Research Methods, etc.

In addition to the above mentioned course names, students also have an opportunity to fine-tune their education even further by honing in on specific elective courses while working under the umbrella of Academic Psychology, Developmental Psychology, or School Psychology.

It might go without say that students will require a personal computer containing sufficient memory and speed to support the operating system. Windows 95 or higher, a Web browser such as Netscape Navigator 3.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0, or America Online 3.0 or higher, is a necessity.

If you're interested in working towards your Ph.D., contact your university of choice and look for their School of Psychology. Don't be afraid to ask specifically which technological requirements you'll need, and which courses you need to register for.



1/21/2008 3:16:55 PM
quantessia said:

thanks because i REALLY REALLY need help with this!


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