Plan of Study
The Master of Science program in School Psychology consists of 63 semester hours of required coursework in the areas of education and special education, assessment, diagnosis, intervention, report writing, counseling and consultation.
The School Psychology Program requirements can be completed within three years of full time study. For full time students, completion of the coursework during the first two years is followed by a 1200 - hour internship. Part time students have up to six years to complete their coursework, and then must complete a 1200 hour internship.
Each student will be assigned an advisor to assist in developing the student's program of study.
Students who have taken graduate courses at other accredited institutions may transfer up to 12 semester hours with the signed permission of their major professor and the Dean. Additional courses may be transferred if competency in these areas can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the course instructor; in addition, the signatures of the major professor and Dean are required.