Educational & School Psychology Graduate Programs
The online Master's of Education Degree with a specialization in School Counseling provides the academic foundation for school counseling certificatio...
The field of counseling thrives on life-long learning and professional development for counselors to continue to provide ethical and effective mental health services to the larger community.
Pursue your Master of Arts in Psychology, Educational Leadership Specialization at University of the Rockies. This curriculum prepares you to lead educational programs and organizations.
Monmouth's graduate counseling programs in education prepare students to become skilled counseling professionals ready to deliver comprehensive counseling programs in elementary and secondary schools, colleges, or universities.
The School Psychology program is an integrated full-time program, with a three-year sequence of course work and practicum experiences, leading to the both a Master of Science Degree and a Sixth-Year Certificate.
M.Ed. in School Counseling online degree program is designed to prepare you to help students who are struggling emotionally, physically, intellectually and socially.
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 practice skills.
The Master of Arts (MA) in Educational Psychology degree program at Argosy University, Phoenix is the foundational program for those interested in the field of school psychology. Based upon national standards for school psychologists, the curriculum...
The Master's Program in School Counseling is based on a developmental model that prepares students to function as guidance...
Walden University’s Ph.D. in Psychology program combines rigorous academics and original research so that you can build the skills and knowledge required to meet the changing needs of a diverse world. This program follows a scholar-practitioner...
School counselors have a unique opportunity to contribute to the growth and development of young people.
In response to the growing need for school psychologists to ensure the mental health and safety of our children, there has been an increasing demand for qualified psychologists to serve in schools and other academic institutions.
The school psychology program provides the education to become a professional school psychologist at the master's plus certification level (60 credits).
Our students plan to be school counselors in K-12 school settings or to work with community agencies serving children.
Graduates of the Doctor of Psychology in School Psychology (PsyD) program are prepared to be leaders in providing exceptional psycho-educational and mental health services to children, youth, and families.
This program is intended for professionals with an M.A. in Counseling or a closely related field. Students will take the courses they need to meet the requirements to obtain a School Counselor Certification from the New Jersey Department of Education.