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The School Psychology program offers a 90-credit Post-Bachelor’s program, which leads to the Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.). All Post-Bachelor’s Degree students are required to complete a 1200-hour internship.
COUN 561 Child/Adolescent CounselingEDUC 500 Introduction to Educational Research EDUC 511 Child DevelopmentEDUC 512 Adolescent PsychologyEDUC 515 Multicultural PerspectivesLITC 525 Seminar in Literacy InstructionSPED 540 Introduction to Special Education & Learning DisordersSPED 543 Introduction to Behavior Disorders & InterventionSPSY 502 COunseling Theories and Skills for School PsychologistsElective
EDUC 501 Social JusticeSPED 541 Multicultural/Multilingual IssuesSPED 545 School Consultation & InterventionSPED 546 Advanced Behavior InterventionSPSY 501 Introduction to School PsychologySPSY 503 Application of Learning Theories to School Psychology PracticeSPSY 505 Advanced Application of Research and StatisticsSPSY 550 Law and Ethics for School PsychologistsSPSY 562 Family/School CollaborationSPSY 563 Linking Assessment to InstructionSPSY 564 Individual Educational AssessmentSPSY 566 Individual Intelligence AssessmentSPSY 567 Personality and Behavior Assessment
SPSY 570 Consultation and Academic Intervention PracticumSPSY 571 Counseling and Behavioral Intervention PracticumSPSY 572 Psychoeducational Assessment PracticumSPSY 580 School Psychology Internship and Seminar ISPSY 581 School Psychology Internship and Seminar IISPSY 582 School Psychology Internship and Seminar IIIMinimum credits required for degree: 90
Applicants who have completed a bachelors degree in psychology or sociology that included multiple courses in statistics and/or research can request to waive EDUC 500 Introduction to Educational Research. Upon admission, these students should submit transcripts to their advisor in order to be considered for this waiver.
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