Ed.S. in School Psychology

The Ed.S. degree is a practitioner-oriented program that requires a minimum of 65 hours of graduate credit. The student takes course work in three primary areas: professional studies in school psychology, psychological foundations, and research/inquiry methods.

The program includes coursework on role/function issues, assessment, interventions, and consultation, and practicum each semester, followed by a 1200 hour full-time school-based internship. In addition, the student selects a minor, usually in special education or counseling.

Graduates of the Ed.S. program are eligible for certification as a School Psychologist in Indiana as well as in other states. During their two years on campus, EdS students are placed in school-based practica each semester.

Our Faculty

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Assistant Professor

Research Areas:
Indigenizing education, decolonizing school psychology, cultural identity, cultural humility
Email:
lnaguila@iu.edu
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Associate Professor

Email:
sbellini@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8325
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Associate Professor

Research Areas:
Special Education, Intervention, Early Childhood Special Education, Autism, Students with Disabilities
Email:
shurwitz@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8134
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Clinical Assistant Professor

Research Areas:
Trauma-informed MTSS, pediatric medical traumatic stress, socioemotional functioning of hospitalized youth, and issues of equity, cultural competence, and social justice
Email:
ormiston@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 855-0352
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Professor

Research Areas:
Social justice, culturally responsive practice, consultation
Email:
dashri@indiana.edu
Phone:
(812) 856-8049

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