School Psychology Ed.S.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Degree Requirements — 70 Credits

See “School Psychology Ed.S.”.

The Ed.S program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists.

See “School Psychology Admission Requirements”.

Degree Requirements

Required Major Credits — 70 credits

Psychological and Educational Foundations (39 hours)

APCE 607Theories of Counseling

3

APCE 625Applied Developmental Science

3

APCE 638Human Behavior Analysis

3

APCE 640School-Based Psychological Consultation

3

APCE 655Social and Community Psychology

3

APCE 667Crisis Intervention in the Schools

2

APCE 670Principles of Psychometrics and Assessment

3

APCE 737Single-Case Research Methods

2

APCE 747Psychological Aspects of Academic Programming and Intervention

4

APCE 757Intervention for Severe and Low Incidence Disabilities

3

APCE 758Advanced Psychopathology

3

APCE 763Legal and Professional Foundations of School Psychology

4

APCE 781Evaluation of Psychological Services

3

Applied Practice in School Psychology (22 hours)

APCE 618Practicum in Child, Adolescent, and Family Interventions

5

APCE 644Assessment I: Cognitive and Academic Functioning

5

APCE 645Social and Behavioral Assessment in the Schools

3

APCE 648Assessment III: Early Childhood

3

APCE 779Practicum in School Psychology

3

APCE 779: Must be taken twice, over consecutive fall and spring semesters.

Multicultural Understanding (3 hours)

APCE 623Understanding and Counseling Diverse Populations

3

Supervised Field Work (6 hours)

APCE 789Internship in School Psychology

1 - 8

APCE 789: A minimum of 6 credits must be taken, 2 credits across three semesters.

A written comprehensive examination is a program requirement, and it is satisfied by achieving a score of 165 or higher on the National School Psychology Exam.