The Department offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate Academic Programs. It has gained national prominence for its American Psychological Association (APA) accredited doctoral programs in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology, and its Educational Psychology & Individual Differences doctoral program. The Department offers Master's Degree programs in Counseling, Educational Psychology, Health Education, Health Education and Administration and Special Education. In addition, the department provides two undergraduate programs. One is in Health (which includes a new Public Health track) and the other is in Human Development and Family Studies. Minor programs are also offered in Health, and Human Development and Family Studies.
Several faculty members are Fellows of the American Psychological Association, and two are members of the National Academies of Practice. In addition, several faculty are members of editorial boards for some of the field's flagship journals, such as the Journal of Educational Psychology, the Journal of Counseling Psychology, School Psychology Quarterly, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology and Nicotine and Tobacco Research. The department's faculty members publish in a broad range of the most significant national and international journals and hold elected offices in state and national professional psychological and educational associations.