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.
For more information, contact:
Degree Program Number: 0861
Advisor: Dr. Santa Velez
Location: 211 C Education Building
Degree checksheets are in PDF format and will open in a new browser window. Select the appropriate checksheet beginning the year of continuous enrollment.
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.