Sep 28, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

School Psychology, M.S. / C.A.S.

James McDougal, Program Coordinator

310 Wilber Hall



Admission Information

Program Information

Counseling and Psychological Services Office


Degree Candidacy

It is the responsibility of the student to file for degree candidacy. Degree candidacy forms must be filed between 12 and 30 hours. Hours over 30 are subject to forfeiture. A cumulative average of 3.0 or better, successful completion of CPS 511, 585, 587, 588, and 589 and evidence of appropriate professional development is required to qualify for the awarding of degree candidacy status. Degree Candidacy Application Forms can be obtained from the Graduate Studies Office.

School Psychology, and Certificate of Advanced Study (63-69 cr)

Additional Information

The School Psychology program provides opportunity for extensive study in both theoretical and applied areas including psychological and educational foundations, systems and organizations, exceptionality, assessment and psychodiagnosis, counseling, consultation, development of interventions and closely supervised practicum and field work experience in school settings. The goal of the training sequence is to equip the student with the knowledge, competencies, and skills necessary for meaningful participation in, and contribution to, the professional practice of school psychology in multicultural contexts.

Prerequisite courses, transfer credit of completed graduate courses, and specialized and individualized needs of the student will be reviewed and assessed following acceptance into the program and assignment of an academic advisor.

Model Curricular Sequence

Upon successful completion of 60 graduate hours, candidacy review, the comprehensive exam and the full-year internship, the Master’s degree can be conferred. Upon successful completion of the above requirements and the Individual Project, the Certificate of Advanced Study can be conferred. The following outline represents a typical curricular sequence: