Master of Arts in Educational Psychology
Employment Outcomes for Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Students
In a recent survey of all graduate-level students enrolled in degree programs through Marist's School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 92% indicated they were employed full-time in the area of their degree, 2% indicated they were enrolled in further education full-time (doctoral program or additional coursework), and 6% indicated they were employed while continuing to further their education. The list below contains known employment locations and job titles for recent graduates of Marist's Master's degree in Educational Psychology.
- Ossining Union Free School District
- Orange County Public Schools
- Poughkeepsie City School District
- Roxbury Central School
- Taconic Resources for Independence, Inc
- East Rockaway Jr/Sr High School
- John Jay High School
- Magen David Yeshivah
- Sacred Heart Academy
- Schenectady City Schools: Oneida Middle School
- Wallkill Central School District
- Wappingers Central School District
*a small sample of employers from the prior year
- Special Education Teacher
- Science Teacher
- Social Studies Teacher
- Elementary School Teacher
- Mathematics Teacher
- English Teacher
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Micaela Ethier, MA '15
Why did you choose to pursue your degree at Marist?
During my first year of teaching, I found the usefulness of educational psychology in the classroom. Marist was able to offer a degree in which I had a strong interest in, as well as a program that leads to professional certification in NYS, which made this program a perfect fit for me. Also, the online program has allowed me to continue my education, while still being able to teach full time in Saratoga Springs.
Read more about Micaela's experience in her Red Fox Spotlight interview!