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Course Requirements

Below is information on the M.S. Degree in School Psychology. Please see the current graduate catalog for complete information.

COURSE SEQUENCE - SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

Last Updated: September 12, 2016

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SP Grads

FALL, FIRST YEAR

CSP 569 - Theories of Counseling

CSP 540 - Understanding Psychological Testing

CSP 691 - Research and Evaluation in School and Community Agencies

CSP 568 - Counseling and Lifespan Development

CSP 670 - Psychology in the Schools

SPRING, FIRST YEAR

CSP 550 - Counseling Procedures

CSP 533 - Individual Assessment I

CSP 574 - Applied Behavioral Interventions in Schools, Classrooms, and Counseling Settings

CSP 641 - Ethical and Professional Conduct

SUMMER, FIRST YEAR

CSP 578 - Social & Cultural Diversity

CSP 539 - Mental Health in Schools

CSP 532 - Physical Bases for Behavior and Personality

CSP 622 - School Curriculum

[Comprehensive Written Examination; awarding of Master of Science in School Psychology after these 41 hours; Admission to the 6th Year Program after Graduation from Masters]

FALL, SECOND YEAR

CSP 534 - Individual Assessment II

CSP 606 - Counseling Procedures with Children

CSP 692 - Advanced Research Methods

CSP 536 - Practicum 1 and Seminar

SPRING, SECOND YEAR

CSP 535 - Individual Assessment III

CSP 537 - Practicum 2 and Seminar

CSP 638 - School Interventions

CSP 674 - Consultation in Schools

[Comprehensive Oral Examination; Students must take Praxis II Examination before beginning Internship]

FALL, THIRD YEAR

CSP 652 - Internship

CSP 653 - Seminar

SPRING, THIRD YEAR

CSP 652 - Internship

CSP 653 - Seminar

Additional Requirements:
Diversity Passport
Comprehensive Written Exam
Comprehensive Oral Exam

More Information:
Performance-Based Assessment
Program Dispositions
School Psychology Program Handbook