The program in School Psychometry 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 a certification in school psychometry.
SPE 501* Intro. To Study of Excep. Children
PSY 502 Desc. & Infer. Behavioral Statistics
PSY 514 Adv. Developmental Psychology
PSY 555 Personality Theory
PSY 558 Use & Interpretation of Tests
PSY 559 Counseling Techniques
PSY 561 Individual Testing
PSY 587 Cognitive Behavior Psychology
PSY 590 Personality Assessment
PSY 592 Professional Orient/Issues
PSY 618 Psychometry Internship
Comprehensive exam required
Total credit hours are 30-33 hours.
Additional courses may be required if not completed in a previous master’s program. Applicants must have at least a baccalaureate-level educator certification and a master’s degree. Two years of satisfactory educational experience are required before psychometry certification.
PLEASE NOTE: Each course is 3 credit hours. All required courses must be completed before any internship.
*Required if not previously completed