Program Outline

Candidates with bachelor’s degrees begin during the fall semester and complete 68 credit hours distributed over 6 semesters. Candidates with graduate degrees in a related field must complete a minimum of 44 credits. There may be additional course requirements depending on the content of the achieved master's degree. Our program track is below:

Program Outline – 68 credit hours
Fall I Spring I Fall II Spring II Fall III Spring III
EDSP 610 (3) Foundations in School Psychology: A Service in Systems Approach EDSP 680 (3) Social-Emotional Assessment Across School & Home EDSE 650 (3) Applied Behavioral Analysis: A School Systems Approach EDLA 633 (3) Educational Leadership & Organizations EDSP 698A (4) Internship in School Psychology: K-12 (600 clock hours) EDSP 698B (4) Internship in School Psychology: K-12 (600 clock hours)
EDSE 601 (3) Psychology of Children with Exceptionalities EDCE 587 (3) Child & Adolescent Counseling EDSP 655 (3) Multi-tiered/Multi-disciplinary Systems of Support ESDP 660 (3) Consultation & Collaboration in School Psychology EDSP 690A (1) Professional Portfolio in School Psychology EDSP 690B (1) Professional Portfolio in School Psychology
EDCE 639 (3) Counseling Theories EDSP 615 (3) Research & Program Evaluation

EDLA 626 (3) Culture & Diversity

EDSP 685 (2) Advanced Diagnostic Assessment
EDCE 588 (3) Human Growth & Development EDTE 512 (3) Planning for Differentiated Curriculum & Instruction: K-12 EDLA 640 (3) Ethical Dimensions in Education EDSP 627 (3) Group Process & Facilitation
EDSE 630 (3) Assessment in School Settings

EDSP 670 (3) Neuropsychology & Cognitive Assessment

EDSP 697A (2) Practicum in School Psychology: K-12 (200 clock hours) EDSP 697B (2) Practicum in School Psychology: K-12 (200 clock hours)
EDSP 671 (1) Lab in Neuropsychology & Cognitive Assessment
15 total credits 16 total credits 14 total credits 13 total credits 5 total credits 5 total credits