Prepare for a career as a practitioner in public, charter, and private schools.
You’ll get a solid foundation in the legal, ethical, and professional issues related to school psychology, as well as training in psychological assessment, academic and behavioral interventions, counseling, and consultation. Through practicum and internship experiences, you’ll accrue the experience and skills to provide psychological services in school settings. This 65-credit hour program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists.
Completion of the program leads to licensure as a school psychologist in Indiana and eligibility for licensure in other states. Nearly all graduate are employed as school psychologists in public school settings and charter schools. In a few cases, graduates might work in private schools.