As a school psychologist you will be a vanguard in supporting students and teachers in meeting academic standards, helping students with disabilities navigate their experience, and providing a nurturing space for all children who are experiencing difficulty in other parts of their lives.
In the rapidly changing world of K-12 education, the demand for school psychologists has never been greater. That is why Seattle University’s College of Education dedicates itself to educating and empowering the next generation of educational leaders. Our School Psychology program is designed specifically to prepare you to take on the challenges within educational environments.
Seattle University College of Education will use a $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support staffing shortages in high-needs schools. Read more.
The School Psychology program offers a 90-credit post-bachelor’s program, which leads to the Educational Specialist Degree (EdS). All post-bachelor’s degree students are required to complete a 1200-hour internship. Learn More.
For students entering with a master’s degree, the program of study requires a minimum of 60 credit hours, depending on prior course work. At the time of enrollment, each Post-MA student meets with a program advisor to review previous graduate course work and plan a program of studies that meets degree requirements. Learn More.
In our recent accreditation, the National Association of School Psychologists noted how professional ethics are infused throughout our philosophy and content of our program. Learn More.
Congratulations to School Psychology Faculty Dr. Ashli Tyre and Dr. Jason Parkin who released their book Facilitating Effective Communication in School-Based Meetings.