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Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education

School Psychology Ed.S.

Program Update

Due to recent faculty role changes, we are not accepting new Ed.S. students for the 2020-2021 academic year and do not have a time frame for when it will be offered again. However, we remain committed to our current Ed.S. training program. Please refer here for more information on the Ed.S. Program in the coming months.

 

We also invite you to reach out to a student or contact a faculty member with any questions about the Program.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What does this mean for current Ed.S. students?
Program faculty remain committed to our Ed.S. students. Nothing will change for current students in years one, two, and three. Students will attend courses, work in practicum and internship settings, and progress as usual.

Will this influence the Ed.S. program’s NASP approval?
No, the Ed.S. program remains NASP approved and program faculty are committed to maintaining NASP approval.

What do you mean by faculty role changes?
School psychology faculty are exploring what options and resources (knowledge, energy, leadership, etc.) are essential for offering exceptional training at the Ed.S. level.

Will the Ed.S. program admit anyone in the future?
Program faculty are exploring options to innovate and increase capacity for the program in the future.

What about the Ph.D. program?
Ph.D. Program admissions will continue as usual. Deadline for Fall 2020 admissions is December 1, 2019.