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.
The Argosy University College of Education's Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology helps enhance the professional expertise of those pursuing leadership, supervisory, training, and teach
Degree: Doctorate, Master
If you could choose the ideal college -- one that provided you powerful resources (world class faculty, facilities, technology, and academics) for personal learning (small classes, with extensive facu
This program prepares practitioners to assume leadership roles in the educational field, with an emphasis on the delivery of mental health services in schools as well as development of advanced level
Degree: Graduate Certificate
The Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology offers graduate study leading to Master of Arts in Counseling and Guidance, Educational Specialist in School Psychology, and Doctor of Philosoph
School Psychology is a rapidly growing field requiring trained professionals with a master's or education specialist (Ed.S.) credential.
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.
Make an impact on the wellbeing of young people and help meet the growing need for advanced-practice school psychologists.