Training education professionals to support student success academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally.
Our Nationally Accredited School Psychology program provides individualized, hands-on training for students who are committed to providing a full range of psychological services for children of all ages. Our small class sizes allow students to develop one-on-one relationships with the program faculty as they learn how to prevent or evaluate learning, emotional, and behavioral problems, design and implement academic and behavioral interventions, and collaborate with teachers, parents, and other professionals.
Application requirements can be found at Graduate School Admission Requirements and include:
For more detailed admission requirements, please refer to Counseling and Psychology in Education in the current graduate catalog.
Preferred admission: February 1
Ph.D.: April 1
Ed.S.: April 15
Qualified students may be able to get financial assistance and additional experience through graduate assistantships. You can apply through the Graduate School for opportunities within the School of Education.
Our students say our dedicated faculty and staff differentiate our program. That dedication, combined with the caliber of the program's curriculum, give our students the high-quality education they need to succeed professionally.
Our faculty are engaged in a range of research activities and involve our students to broaden their academic experience through discoveries at all stages of the research process.