The undergraduate minor in educational psychology requires 15 s.h., including at least 12 s.h. earned at the University of Iowa and 12 s.h. earned in courses numbered 3000 or above. Students must maintain a grade-point average of at least 2.50 in all courses for the minor. Coursework in the minor may not be taken pass/nonpass. Transfer credit must be approved in order for it to count toward the minor. The minor is open to all students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program.
The minor provides an enriched background in educational psychology, educational testing, and research methods in education. Students earning the minor select a department advisor, who helps them choose appropriate coursework. It does not lead to certification for public school teaching.
Coursework for the minor in educational psychology must include 15 s.h. selected from the following list.
|PSQF:1075||Educational Psychology and Measurement||3|
|PSQF:4120||Psychology of Giftedness||3|
|PSQF:4133||The Adolescent and Young Adult||3|
|PSQF:4143||Introduction to Statistical Methods||3|
|PSQF:4150||Introduction to Educational Measurement||3-4|
|PSQF:4750||Learning Environments: Design, Context, and Activity||3|
|PSQF:4760||Participatory Learning and Media: Creating, Remixing, Making, and Education||3|
|PSQF:5165||Introduction to Program and Project Evaluation||3|
Contact the Office of Student Services for more information about the minor.