School Psychology graduate programs focus on maximizing the efficacy of the methods used by teachers and administrators in their work with students.
Graduates with a master’s (MS) or PhD degree in School Psychology can become guidance counselors, school psychologists, researchers and more.
Degree: Doctorate, Master
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Students gain extensive hands-on experience in the P-12 school setting and in the Porter School Psychology Center in the on-campus Grosjean Clinic in University Hall.
The Ed.S. program in School Psychology began in 1968 and enjoys the rich history of being one of the first such programs in the state of Indiana.
School Psychology is a rapidly growing field requiring trained professionals with a master's or education specialist (Ed.S.) credential.