Welcome to the Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) provides innovative academic programs dedicated to building scholar-practitioners through hands-on learning. We shape individuals who will be catalysts for inspiration and change.
Pepperdine University is closely monitoring developments for COVID-19. Learn more about the University's response plans to keep our campus communities safe.
Spring 2021: Priority Submit Deadline - Eligible for a $2,000 Education for Life Scholarship.
Spring 2021: International Student Deadline - Full application including supplemental materials required for admission.
Spring 2021: Submit Deadline - Eligible for a $1,000 Education for Life Scholarship.
Spring 2021: Complete Deadline - Full application including supplemental materials required for admission.
The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology is part of a pioneering tradition. We value academic excellence, innovative leadership and work that serves the greater good.
- #2EdD in Organizational Leadership Program
- #6PsyD Program
- #7Online Master's in Psychology Program
- #24Online MA in Marriage and Family Therapy
Dean Williams interviews the new Director of Alumni Relations, Dr. Renee Dorn. Learn more about Dr. Dorn, her relevant work experiences, and her personal journey on joining the Pepperdine GSEP family. We are excited to have Dr. Dorn join the Alumni family and connect with you.
Learn more about the various degree programs offered at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology by registering for a virtual information session.
Dr. Kevin Wong Studies Teacher Motivation in Hong Kong Amidst Social Unrest and COVID-19
Bigger than Malibu
Pepperdine's Graduate School of Education and Psychology is more than just its location in Malibu. We offer many learning experiences across the Los Angeles region as well as online.