About the Program

This program is not open for direct admission. The Master of Education in School Psychology is awarded to students enrolled in the Education Specialist (EdS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programs in School Psychology en route to their respective degrees. Students must successfully complete 30 credits of required coursework.

Program Requirements

General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 30

Required Courses:

ABA 5302Effective Teaching Strategies and Academic Interventions3
ABA 5303Ethical and Legal Issues3
or SPSY 5303 Ethical and Legal Issues
EPSY 5561Development and Learning Over the Lifespan3
SPSY 5667Introduction to Cognitive Assessment3
SPSY 5671Integrative Assessment3
SPSY 5674Social and Emotional Aspects of Behavior and Assessment3
SPSY 5676Applied Behavior Analysis3
SPSY 8773Developmental Psychopathology and Low Incidence Disabilities3
SPSY 8777Theories and Techniques of Counseling for Youth3
SPSY 9487Professional Issues and Practicum3
Total Credit Hours30