School Psychology

Department of Child, Family, and Community Sciences

Education Specialist

School Psychology (Ed.S.)

The School Psychology Ed.S. program is designed for students who wish to become certified School Psychologists. This specialist degree has very specific curriculum to meet the respective licensing requirements for school psychologists.

The School Psychology program is a unique specialization in psychology and education. This program is based on the assumptions that school psychologists can apply relevant knowledge and skills from a variety of disciplines to the learning and adjustment problems of preschool and school-age children, and that relevant knowledge and skills can be transmitted through a variety of services including (a) consultation with teachers and parents, (b) direct services to children and young adults, and (c) indirect services to school and community organizations.

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