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Master's Degree: Schol of Psychology

The program is fully accredited by the National Association of Psychologists (NASP). As a graduate of a nationally accredited program, students are eligible to sit for the national licensing exam to become a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).

First Semester

  • PSYC 605: Psychological Foundations / School Psychology
  • PSYC 606: Educational Foundations/School Psychology
  • SYC 616: Cognitive Assessment I – Cognitive /Biological Bases of Behavior
  • SYC 641: Research Methods Philosophy & Design
  • SYC 654: Interviewing & Counseling Techniques

Second Semester

  • PSYC 607: Consultation/Collaboration
  • PSYC 617: Cognitive Assessment II – Cognitive/Biological Bases of Behavior
  • PSYC 642: Research Methods: Evaluation
  • PSYC 651: Diagnosis & Treatment of Children for the School Psychologist I – Cognitive & Academic Difficulties
  • PSYC 690: Thesis (optional)
  • PSYC 692: School Psych Portfolio Project
  • PSYC 783: School Psychology Practicum

Third Semester

  • PSYC 608: Advanced Assessment/Case Presentation
  • PSYC 655: Social-Behavioral Evaluation
  • PSYC 676: Multicultural Counseling
  • PSYC 690: Thesis (optional)
  • PSYC 783: School Psychology Practicum

Fourth Semester

  • PSYC 659: Mental Health in K-12 Schools
  • PSYC 669: Legal & Ethical Foundations in School Psychology
  • PSYC 690: Thesis (optional)
  • PSYC 692: School Psych Portfolio Project
  • PSYC 783: School Psychology Practicum

Internship (Third Year)

  • PSYC 692: School Psych Portfolio Project
  • PSYC 784: School Psychology Internship