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Educational Specialist Degree Program in School Psychology Course Sequence

The Ed.S. Program in School Psychology requires a minimum of 45 credit hours for graduation.  This includes 30 credit hours of didactic required courses, 6 credit hours of practicum, and 9 credit hours of internship. The following is an illustration of the required course sequence for the Ed.S. Program in School Psychology.

Fall 1st Year Winter 1st Year Spring 1st Year
Multicultural Issues in Psychology
3 credits
English Language Learners: Educational Implications & Accommodations
3 credits
Educational Research and Program Evaluation
3 credits
Assessment I:
Cognitive Assessment
3 credits
Assessment II:
Personality and Behavior

3 credits
Assessment III:
Psycho-Educational Assessment of the Exceptional Learner

3 credits

Fall 2nd Year Winter 2nd Year Spring 2nd Year
Consultation and Collaboration in Schools
3 credits

Academic & Behavioral Interventions in Schools   

             3 credits

Effective Prevention & Crisis Intervention Home, School & Community

3 credits

Practicum Seminar in
School Psychology I

2 credits

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools

3 credits

Practicum Seminar in
School Psychology III

2 credits
Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine
1 Credit
Practicum Seminar in School Psychology II
1 credit
 

Fall 3rd Year Winter 3rd Year Spring 3rd Year
School Psychology Internship Seminar I
3 credits
School Psychology Internship Seminar II
3 credits
School Psychology Internship Seminar III
3 credits

 

Last Updated: 7/7/14