Neuroscience
and
Education

Support Positive Development Through Learning

Understanding the effects that social, cultural and socioeconomic factors play in the psychological development of individuals is crucial for creating strategies to improve the well-being of students from all walks of life.

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Promoting Learning for Life

The Developmental Psychology program at Teachers College gives students the theoretical framework for understanding the cognitive, emotional, social and academic development of students over the course of their life span.

Degrees
  • Master of Arts (MA)
  • Doctor of Philosphy (Ph D)
Career Paths:
  • Academic Research
  • Political or Policy Research
  • Developmental Psychologist

Neuroscience
and
Education

Bridging Research and Application

Understanding the role the brain plays in cognition, behavior, and learning can help our graduates better recognize and address problems encountered in schools and other applied settings.

 
Career Paths:
  • Educational Software Development
  • Neuroscience Research
  • Consultant
Programs:
  • Masters of Science in Neuroscience and Education

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