School Psychology

Overview

School psychologists help diagnose problems and plan interventions for at-risk children.  This program prepares you to assess and intervene in a wide range of school-based situations.  You will gain assessment, counseling, and behavioral consultation skills that will qualify you to help individuals from ages 3 to 22 deal with personal, behavioral, and educational problems.

Degree

M.A. & Ed.S.

Program of Study

School Psychology M.A.

School Psychology Ed.S.

Professional Standards

Tennessee Professional Educational Standards, INTASC Standards, NCATE Standards, TTU Conceptual Framework Alignment Table

Tennessee DOE Standards for School Psychology

Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP)

American Counseling Association Code of Ethics

Test Content Areas

TN School Psychology Praxis

National Councelor Preparation Comprehensive Exam (CPCE)

Mapping of Assessment Measures on Course Goals

Handbook

School Psychology Handbook

Faculty Concentration Leader

 Dr. Jann Cupp  301 Farr Building   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Resources

Accreditation

sacsCAEP

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