EPR-Educational Psychology Courses

Courses

EPR 214. Introduction to Educational Statistics. 3 Hours.

This introductory statistics course will cover basic descriptive and inferential statistics to include the following: Measures of central tendency; measures of variability; frequency distributions; normal curve of distribution; sampling; hypothesis testing, analysis of variance correlation, regression, and introduction to chi-square.

EPR 363. Foundations of Education II: Psychological. 3 Hours.

Psychological principles basic to the understanding of the learner, learning process, and learning situation is covered, as well as all major principles of Human Development. Twenty hours of field experiences required.
Prerequisites: EDU 200 [Min Grade: C](Can be taken Concurrently)

EPR 410. Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 3 Hours.

For early childhood/elementary education majors only. Basic concepts and principles of measurement and evaluation of personal and academic progress in classroom. Formative and summative assessment; Response to Instruction; and PLAN2020. Elementary descriptive statistics and measurement techniques used in student evaluation. Quantitative literacy is a significant component of this course.
Prerequisites: EEC 301 [Min Grade: C]

EPR 411. Measurement and Evaluation in Education. 3 Hours.

For secondary education majors only. Principles of student assessment. Basic concepts and principles of measurement and evaluation of personal and academic progress in classroom; Formative and summative assessment; Response to Instruction; and PLAN2020. Elementary descriptive statistics and measurement techniques used in student evaluation. Quantitative Literacy is a significant component of this course. Admission to TEP required.
Prerequisites: EHS 401 [Min Grade: C]

EPR 414. Lifespan Human Development. 3 Hours.

Physical, cognitive, social and moral development across lifespan,including death and dying from a variety of theories are covered.
Prerequisites: PY 101 [Min Grade: C]

EPR 460. Leadership in Non-Profit Administration. 3 Hours.

This course will provide practical and theoretical perspectives that are integrated in this course which will help leaders and students in human services consider the complexities of moral and ethical questions. The course focuses on theoretical and practical applications of building ethical organizations and discusses ways to shape the ethical policies and practices of an organization. A conceptual framework of ethical leadership is provided that incorporates the moral nature of human service organization and the ethical responsibility of professional leadership.