The Department of Learning Sciences offers high-quality academic programming five areas: applied behavior analysis, deaf and/or hard of hearing, educational psychology, learning technologies and special education.
Our graduates pursue careers at universities, research labs, school systems, business and industry, government agencies and more.
Please click the link below for a listing of our programs with in-depth descriptions, contact information and directions on how to apply:
Our faculty and students are involved in a large number of research projects that are at the forefront of advances in cognition, technology and learning.
Our work is supported by funding from private, state and federal agencies including the Institute of Educational Sciences, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Spencer Foundation and more.
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