Master of Science in Psychological Services Majors and Options

Degree checksheets are in PDF format and will open in a new browser window.  Select the appropriate checksheet beginning the year of continuous enrollment.

Counseling Psychology - 0860

Focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to facilitate personal and interpersonal functioning within mental health practice and different community mental health settings. The curriculum is broad-based to prepare students in working with many different populations. Students in this track will be eligible to seek state LPC and LBP licensure.

Advisor:  Dr. Ellen Harwell
Location:  307 A Education Building
Phone:  580.559.5335
Email:  elljhar@ecok.edu

2012-2013    2013-2014    2014-2015    2015-2016    2016-2017    2017-2018

 

School Psychology - 0861

Focuses on the skills and knowledge needed for providing psychological services within public school settings. The curriculum is designed to prepare students to work with diverse childhood populations, including children from diverse demographic backgrounds as well as children with diverse learning, behavior, and emotional needs. Students who successfully complete this track will be eligible to seek state School Psychologist and School Psychometrist certification.

Advisor:  Dr. Santa Velez
Location:  211 C Education Building
Phone:  580.559.5324
Email:  svelez@ecok.edu

2012-2013    2013-2014    2014-2015    2015-2016    2016-2017    2017-2018

 

Sport Psychology - 0862

Focuses on the applied knowledge needed in the development and use of psychological skills for the optimal performance and the well-being of athletes. The curriculum is designed to address the performance and psychological concerns associated with sports involvement affecting athletes, coaches, and families as well as the developmental and social aspects of sports participation.

Advisor:  Dr. Joanna Harris-Young
Location:  204 A Education Building
Phone:  580.559.5318
Email:  jharris@ecok.edu

2017-2018

 

School Psychologist Certificate – 1000

Applicant must hold a Master’s Degree in one of the following areas: General Psychology, Special Education, Child Psychology, School Counseling, or a related counseling area. School Psychologist Certificate candidates will be eligible to complete the OSAT certification exams for School Psychologist (033) and Psychometrist (034). School Psychologist certificate students will only be eligible to seek a state LPC licensure if they hold a Master’s Degree in an area related to mental health and accepted by the stated LPC licensure board. Minimum total of sixty (60) semester credit hours, including course work in the following program of study are required.

Advisor:  Dr. Santa Velez
Location:  211 C Education Building
Phone:  580.559.5324
Email:  svelez@ecok.edu

2015-2016    2016-2017    2017-2018

 

School Psychometrist Certificate – 1010

Advisor:  Dr. Catherine Roring
Location:  211 D Education Building
Phone:  580.559.5676
Email:  croring@ecok.edu

2015-2016    2016-2017    2017-2018


Financial Aid Regulations for Graduate Students

Students please be advised that the courses you choose to enroll in MUST be a required course or an elective course in your degree program. Financial Aid regulations dictate that any graduate student who is seeking financial aid must be enrolled in AT LEAST four (4) credit hours during the fall, spring, or summer semester and the courses MUST be in the degree program.

*Certificate Programs do not qualify for financial aid.