Master of Arts in School Psychology
All candidates admitted to the School Psychology program must satisfy the requirements for the MA degree as listed in the program of study. Those candidates admitted into the MA program who did not complete an undergraduate major in psychology may be required to take additional coursework as identified by their advisor.
|FT 0433||Social Justice and Diversity in Professional Practice||3|
|PY 0430||Issues in Professional Practice in School Psychology||3|
|PY 0433||Behavioral Statistics||3|
|PY 0435||Psychology of Personality||3|
|PY 0436||Psychopathology and Classification I||3|
|PY 0438||Treatment Models for School-Age Youth||3|
|PY 0446||Developmental Psychology I: Theory and Application in Professional Practice||3|
|PY 0534||Theories of Learning||3|
|PY 0537||Psychoeducational Assessment I: Behavioral Approaches||3|
|PY 0099||Comprehensive Examination in School Psychology 1||0|
|SE 0403||Foundations in Research and Evaluation of Psychoeducational Issues in Special Education||3|
|SE 0413||Theories of and Introduction to Learning Disabilities||3|
Before candidates take the comprehensive examination they must complete, or be in the process of completing, 24 credits. These credits must include PY 0430, PY 0433, PY 0435, PY 0436, PY 0438, and PY 0446.