Master of Arts in School Psychology

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  • Course description
    The School Psychology program is accredited by NCATE and NASP. The program is multidisciplinary and is designed to prepare graduates who are able to use their knowledge in the areas of psychology, education, and counseling to address the needs of children and adolescents in schools. Students are trained to provide comprehensive school psychological services, including psycho-educational assessment and intervention planning, consultation and problem solving, in-service education, individual and group counseling, program development and evaluation, and applied research.

    Required Courses
    General Psychology Core:

    PSY 5020 Research Methods in Psychology
    PSY 5150 Pro-Seminar I: Learning and Cognition
    PSY 5250 Pro-Seminar III: Biopsychology and Developmental
    PSY 5030 Quantitative Methods in Psychology (thesis option) OR  
    PSY 5040 Applied Psychological Research and Evaluation (non-thesis option)  
    School Psychology Professional Development Core;
    Required Courses:

    PSY 5810 Functions and Ethics of the School Psychologist
    PSY 5702 Psychoeducational Assessment for Intervention I
    PSY 5703 Psychoeducational Assessment for Intervention II
    PSY 5704 Emotional/Behavioral Assessment for Intervention
    PSY 5713 Child Psychopathology
    PSY 5716 Interventions for Children and Adolescents
    PSY 5800 Applied Behavior Management
    PSY 5820 Psychoeducational Prevention/Interventions
    PSY 6620 School-Based Consultation
    HPC 5220 Counseling Theory and Techniques
    RE 5715 Reading Assessment and Correction
    PSY 5901 Practicum I
    PSY 5902 Practicum II
    PSY 6900 Internship (fall)
    PSY 6900 Internship (spring)  

    Non-thesis option:
    Three approved electives (5000 and above)

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