100% Online Master’s Degree for Educators with embedded Instructional Coaching Certificate

The MS Educational Psychology: Professional Educators (MSPE) is a convenient, fully online education program offered through the Department of Educational Psychology in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Our curriculum builds depth and breadth in your knowledge and skills and includes a series of courses that will earn you an instructional coaching certificate in addition to your master’s degree.

MSPE integrates courses from three School of Education departments — Educational Psychology, Curriculum & Instruction, and Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis — leading to a Master of Science in Educational Psychology degree. In just two years, teaching professionals can complete this degree in one of the leading educational psychology departments (as listed in the rankings of U.S. News & World Report’s edition of best graduate schools).

Now accepting applications for the 2021 cohort.

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Degree At-a-Glance

Format

Online

Program Type

Master’s Degree

Commitment

2 years

Credits

30 graduate credits

Tuition

$800 per credit (resident and non-resident)
Additional fees may apply

Application Deadline

May 1

Offered by

School of Education 
Department of Educational Psychology

Degree Conferred

Master of Science in Educational Psychology