Our School Psychology master’s program (Specialist in School Psychology, M.A. SSP) uses the scientist-practitioner model to prepare students in understanding and enhancing the development of children and adolescents in context.
Education and training include strong preparation in the academic foundations of psychology. Students also prepare in the research skills essential to the contribution of new knowledge, and in the competent and ethical professional practice of assessment, intervention, and consultation.
School Psychology Information Session
We invite prospective applicants who are interested in becoming child psychologists to join our faculty and current students on October 26 at 10 AM to learn about our master's and doctoral programs. We also will share information about the application process. Child psychology is a great career path for those interested in working with children in schools, clinics, hospitals, and early childhood centers.
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