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School Psychology, M.S. & Psy.S.

School psychologists are mental health providers who collaborate with school professionals to improve academic and behavior outcomes. The graduate program in School Psychology offers extensive training in the assessment, prevention, and intervention of academic, social, and mental health problems that affect a wide range of youth in school settings.

The full-time program spans 3 years, and includes extensive coursework and practicum experiences. Upon graduation, students are eligible to apply for licensure as a school psychologist. Every student is automatically admitted to the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) certificate program.

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