Graduate 2020-2021

School Psychology Ed.S. — Applied Behavior Analysis Emphasis

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

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 — 79 Credits

Required Major Credits — 79 credits

Psychological and Educational Foundations (28 hours)

APCE 607Theories of Counseling

3

SPSY 625Applied Developmental Science

3

SPSY 640School-Based Psychological Consultation

3

SPSY 655Family, School, and Community Contexts

3

SPSY 656Systems-Based Behavioral Health

3

SPSY 667Intervening with Trauma and Crisis in the Schools

3

SPSY 670Principles of Psychometrics and Assessment

3

SPSY 747Psychological Aspects of Academic Programming and Intervention

3

SPSY 763Legal and Professional Foundations of School Psychology

4

Applied Behavior Analysis Core (21 hours)

EDSE 630Applied Behavior Analysis I

3

EDSE 632Ethics in Applied Behavior Analysis

3

EDSE 633Applications of Applied Behavior Analysis

3

SPSY 627Philosophical Underpinnings of Applied Behavior Analysis

2

SPSY 628Concepts and Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis

3

SPSY 629Measurement and Experimental Design in Applied Behavior Analysis

3

SPSY 631Applied Behavior Analysis II

4

Applied Practice in School Psychology (21 hours)

SPSY 618Practicum in Child, Adolescent, and Family Interventions

5

SPSY 644Assessment I: Cognitive and Academic Functioning

5

SPSY 647Assessment and Intervention for Social and Emotional Problems in Children and Adults

5

SPSY 779Practicum in School Psychology

1- 3

SPSY 779: Must complete 6 credits over the academic year.

Multicultural Understanding (3 hours)

APCE 623Understanding and Counseling Diverse Populations

3

Supervised Field Work (6 hours)

SPSY 789Internship in School Psychology

1- 8

SPSY 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 147 or higher on the National School Psychology Exam.