June News

Summer Courses

Our Summer I courses have only one live session at VOA. Our Summer II course, EDP 591, begins July 11 and is entirely online. EDP 591 is the first teacher preparation methods course. If you are seeking your initial teaching license and intend to student teach in the spring of 2017, please register for this course if you haven't yet done so. If you have any questions about your program of study, please contact the SEOH Office.

If there are any holds on your account, they must be removed before registering. Please contact the One Stop office if you have any issues regarding registration.

Summer Graduation

While there isn't a summer (August) graduation ceremony, M.Ed. students may graduate in the summer term. The deadline to apply for graduation is July 1, 2016. Graduating students should follow the steps outlined in the SEOH Graduate Research Projects Canvas site and contact the SEOH program office to request the necessary documents for submission.

Students completing the licensure program this summer should consult the May News for information about applying for their Intervention Specialist license.

Have a Great Summer!

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    Department of Educational Psychology

    Our programs of study in Educational Psychology, School Psychology, Special Education, and Instructional Design and Technology provide an integrated perspective on psychological and educational issues, exceptionality/disability studies, and technological issues in learning and instructional design. Our faculty provide rich academic and supportive experiences to facilitate student development of important skill sets.

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    Oxford, OH 45056
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    Special Education Online/Hybrid Program

    We're happy to arrange an appointment if you'd like to meet us in person in Oxford or at the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester. A West Chester visit may include a tour of our live session facilities and a classroom visit.

    Department of Educational Psychology
    210 E. Spring Street
    201 McGuffey Hall