Campus School Psychology Graduate Programs
The NASP approved MA/CAGS in School Psychology prepares graduates to become highly skilled, confident, and culturally responsive leaders in the field. Graduates will be eligible to work as a licensed school psychologist.
Why should you choose the School Psychology Program at Emporia State University? The answer… Experience. As the first School Psychology Program offered in this four-state region, we have a long-standing history of respect and tradition.
The school psychology program provides the education to become a professional school psychologist at the master's plus certification level (60 credits).
An Ed.S. School Psychology degree provides the education and tools a graduate needs to fill the increasingly varied roles of the modern day school psychologist.
Admission to this program, accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists, is awarded on a competitive basis.
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.
The program is committed to a practitioner-informed-by-science training model. Students are prepared as highly competent proble...
The Advanced Certificate in School Psychology is an 18-credit program that provides an overview of assessment and intervention related to School Psychology.
The School Psychology program brings together the fields of psychology and education to serve children in K-12 schools.
The School Psychology Emphasis is designed for people who want to be School Psychologists with their Masters and PPS Credential.
The school psychologist is a professional, operating as a specialist, within the framework of a school system.
Training to serve children and adolescents with learning/behavioral/emotional problems in edu. settings. (NASP approved.)...