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Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education

School Psychology Ed.S.


Ed.S. Coursework and Requirements

1. School Psychology (27 credits)
Students are required to complete core courses in school psychology, including:
      CEP 880 Cognitive Assessment
      CEP 881 Social and Emotional Assessment

                     and Intervention
      CEP 883 Psychology of Classroom

      CEP 884 Roles and Functions of School

                     Psychology: Pro seminar in School

      CEP 885 Behavior Disorders in Children
      CEP 886 Psycho educational Assessment

                     and Intervention I
      CEP 889 Consultation in School Psychology
      CEP 918 Theories of School-Based

                     Psychological Interventions

With guidance from your advisor:
Educational Intervention (3 credits): The course must address the design, delivery, and evaluation of psycho educational interventions for at-risk youth. Course selection must be approved by your advisor (e.g., CEP 844 Behavior Analysis and Intervention, CEP 866 Psycho educational Interventions for Children and Youth).

2. Educational Psychology
(12 credits)
Students are also expected to acquire important foundational knowledge in learning, development, research, measurement, and assessment via the following courses:
     CEP 903 Cognitive Development Across the Lifespan
     CEP 904 Social Development
     CEP 932 Quantitative Methods I - Or 3 Additional Credits in Statistics/Research Inquiry if 932 was waived

3. Practicum (6 credits)
     CEP 893K Practicum in School Psychology – 2nd Year Fall (3 credits)
     CEP 893K Practicum in School Psychology – 2nd Year Spring (3 credits)

4. Internship (1200 Hours; 6 credits)
     CEP 894K Internship in School Psychology – 3rd Year Fall (3 credits)
     CEP 894K Internship in School Psychology – 3rd Year Spring (3 credits)

5. Other Courses (12 credits)
At least four other courses (i.e., 12 credits) are required and must be approved by your advisor. You must take one Families course and one Learning course (see options in the handbook), while the other two courses can be in any topic areas.

Details about Ed.S. practicum, internship, and comprehensive exams can be found in the Ed.S. Program Handbook.

Downloadable Coursework Checklist