Sixth Year Certificate in School Psychology

A separate admission application for the SYC must be submitted. Those wishing to be accepted for matriculation at the SYC level must first complete all the MA course requirements in school psychology. Applicants with related MA degrees may be considered for admission into the SYC program. However, all MA degree requirements in the School Psychology program must be completed.

Candidates must submit their e-Portfolio before the completion of PSYG 6982 Internship in School Psychology II. Additionally, candidates must pass the Praxis II test in School Psychology.

Candidates who are accepted into the SYC program with related degrees must fulfill all program course requirements. They must also develop and submit their e-Portfolios and complete three full day PREPaRE crisis management workshops presented by certified faculty trainers.

A prior master's degree (or higher) in a relevant field is required.

PSYG 6449Introduction to Clinical Child Neuropsychology3
PSYG 6535Collaborative Consultation3
PSYG 6538Psychoeducational Assessment II: Standardized Approaches3
PSYG 6540Psychoeducational Assessment III: Clinical Approaches3
PSYG 6544Psychoeducational Assessment IV: Integrated Assessment3
PSYG 6545Advanced Seminar in Linguistically and Culturally Responsive Assessment3
PSYG 6548Psychotherapeutic Techniques for School-Aged Youth3
PSYG 6951Practicum I: Assessment and Group Process3
PSYG 6952Practicum II: Counseling and Group Process3
PSYG 6981Internship in School Psychology I3
PSYG 6982Internship in School Psychology II3
Total Credits33