MA in School Psychology

(Provisional Certificate)

Required Core Courses:
PSY 602
Proseminar in Personality and Social Psychology
PSY 603
Experimental Research Methods in Cognition
PSY 605
Advanced Quantitative Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 607
Professional Issues and Ethics in Psychology
PSY 622
Advanced Life-Span Development
Total 15 Credits

Required School Psychology Provisional Certificate Program Courses:
PSY 611
Physiological Basis of Behavior
PSY 613
PSY 614
Counseling Theory and Practice
PSY 615
Basic Interviewing and Counseling Practices
PSY 616
The Psychology of Exceptional Individuals .
PSY 620
Dynamics of Group Processes
PSY 627
Behavioral Assessment and Intervention
PSY 634
Cognition and Learning
PSY 636
Intellectual Assessment
PSY 637
Intellectual and Educational Assessment
PSY 638
Personality Assessment
PSY 650
Practicum in School Psychology (1 credit).
PSY 652
School Consultation
PSY 665
Contemporary Issues in School Psychology
PSY 667
Internship in School Psychology
PSY 668
Internship in School Psychology II
Total 46 Credits

Required Thesis or Literature Review Seminar:
Choose one course (3 credits):
PSY 681
Thesis Supervision
PSY 683
Literature Review Paper Seminar
Total 3 Credits

Additional Requirements:
- Child Abuse Identification Workshop (0 credits).
- SAVE Workshop (0 credits).

Total credits required for the MA in School Psychology = 64 credits.

Courses taken as part of an undergraduate degree cannot be credited toward a Provisional School Psychologist certification program.
The permanent School Psychologist Certification requires 2 years of post-graduate experience in a pupil personnel service position.