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Curriculum: M.A., Ed.S., School Psychology

Master's in Psychological Studies Degree (Level I)
(School Psychology Concentration)

Year 1 - Fall Semester

CPSY 6102 Psychology of Human Development 3
CPSY 6100 Intro. to School Psychology: History, Educational Organization & Curriculum Development (ce) 3
CPSY 8617 Applied Research Methods and Statistical Analysis 3

Year 1 - Spring Semester

EDST 6001 Comprehensive Approach to Students with Learning Disabilities (ce) 3
CPSY 6103 Abnormal Psychology 3
CPSY 6001 Tests and Measurements 3

Year 2 - Fall Semester

CPSY 6105 Biological Bases of Behavior 3
CPSY 8010 Ethics in Professional Counseling and Psychology 3
CPSY 6505 Principles of Learning & Behavior Modification (ce) 3
CPSY 6303 Counseling and Community Agencies (ce) 3
CPSY 8100 Multicultural Counseling and Psychology 3
CPSY 7501 Introduction to Clinical Skills 3

(ce): "Concentration Elective"

Educational Specialist Degree (Level II)

Year 3 - Fall Semester

CPSY 7502/8502 Individual Cognitive Assessment/Lab 4
CPSY 7503/8503 Introduction to Personality Assessment/Lab 4
CPSY 9985 Introduction to Child and Adolescent Therapy 3

Year 3 - Spring Semester

CPSY 6501 Professional Consultation/School Practice 3
CPSY 7506 Educational Assessment 3
CPSY 8511 Practicum in School Psychology 3

May Intersession

CPSY 8519 Atypical Behavior in Children & Adolescents: Assessment & Interventions 3

Year 4 - Fall Semester

CPSY 8580 Internship in School Psychology I (600-hour field placement) 3

Year 4 - Spring Semester

CPSY 8581 Internship in School Psychology II (600-hour field placement) 3

Total  29 credits

* Students admitted to the Ed.S. Program on or after September 1, 2007 will be required to take the Praxis (School Psychology-0401) as part of their Ed.S. graduation requirements.

** Students are required to complete all of their courses before going out on internship.

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