School Psychology - Master's
The master's degree in Counseling and Psychology, with a concentration in School Psychology, provides graduates with the professional competencies in counseling and consultation needed to work with children at the elementary and secondary level. Children can present with a range of personal, behavioral, social, and academic challenges. 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.
Our students gain assessment, counseling, and behavioral consultation skills qualifying them to work with individuals from ages 3 to 22. To obtain licensure, students in this concentration must also complete the Ed.S. program in School Psychology. Accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).