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School Psychology program
Colloquium details This year's School Psychology Research Colloquium will take place from 1 to 3:30 p.m. May 17 in Fitz Hall. For more information about how you can join us for this special event, click the details link below.
This year's School Psychology Research Colloquium will take place from 1 to 3:30 p.m. May 17 in Fitz Hall.
For more information about how you can join us for this special event, click the details link below.
About School Psychology (M.S.E., ED.S.)
100% of our recent graduates have gained employment in school psychology and related fields.
Welcome to the Master of Science in Education School
US News and World Report ranks the position of school psychologist #17 on its list of The 100 Best Jobs of 2015—and #1 on its list of Best Social Services Jobs. Read what they have to say >>
"Building Learning Communities Through Critical Reflection"
The school psychology program is comprehensive, integrated and sequential. Courses reflect the most current advances in the field of school psychology and education, with a commitment to the implementation and integration of the most current technology applications.
To receive your license, you are required to complete both the master's degree as well as the specialist-level training. The combined M.S.E./Ed.S. program can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. The full time program includes two years of full-time study followed by a full-time internship. The part-time option—ideal for the working professional—requires three years of part-time coursework followed by a full-time school-based internship.
- Low student to faculty ratio
- Practical experiences beginning in the first semester of the program
- Active student organization
- Progressive training in school psychology (listed as one of the 50 best careers in US News and World Reports)
- Opportunity for study abroad experience
- Accreditation by the National Association of School Psychologists