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.
|PSYG 5430||Foundations of Ethical, Legal, and Professional Practice||3|
|PSYG 5434||Multicultural Issues in School Psychology||3|
|PSYG 5433||Applied Statistics for School Psychologists||3|
|PSYG 5436||Psychopathology and Classification I||3|
|PSYG 5438||Treatment Models for School-Aged Youth||3|
|PSYG 5448||Foundations in Equity-Based Multi-Tiered Systems of Support||3|
|PSYG 6534||Theories of Learning||3|
|PSYG 6537||Psychoeducational Assessment I: Behavioral Approaches||3|
|PSYG 6999||Comprehensive Examination in School Psychology 1||0|
|RLDV 5486||Developmental Literacy I: Fundamentals of Reading and Language Development||3|
|SPED 5403||Foundations in Research and Evaluation of Psychoeducational Issues in Special Education||3|
|SPED 5413||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 PSYC 5230, PSYC 5810, PSYG 5430, PSYG 5436, PSYG 5438, and PSYG 5446.