The program in School Psychology prepares students for administering psychological services in the schools. These services include the conduction of psychoeducational assessment on students referred for special services. Additionally, students in this program receive training in counseling, psychological consultation, and behavioral intervention. This program leads to an Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S.). Candidates in this program must hold a (1) Class B certificate, (2) Class A certification in School Psychometry, and (3) a master’s degree.
SPE 501* Intro to Exceptional Children
SPE 520 Learning Strategies for Adol. or SPE 522
PSY 502 Statistics
PSY 561 Individual Testing
PSY 563 Learning Theories
PSY 585 Research in Psychology
PSY 590 Personality Assessment
PSY 603 Intro to School Psychology
PSY 645 School Psychology Internship
PSY 660 Consultation
PSY 661 Needs Assessment
PSY 682 Problems in Counseling Adolescents
PSY 698 Thesis I
PSY 699 Thesis II
Praxis II test required for certification
Total credit hours are 30-42.
Candidates who have not taken statistics at the master’s level must enroll in PSY 502 prior to enrolling in PSY 585.
PLEASE NOTE: Each course is 3 credit hours. All required courses must be completed before any internship.
*Required if not previously completed