Delivery Format - Blended
Number of Credit Hours - 69
Tuition per Hour - $367
Fees - $10 graduate College of Education fee (per hour)
Accreditation - National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
Practicum - Yes
Application Deadline - Early decision April 15; General decision June 15
Required for Entrance - Bachelor's-level or master's-level teaching certificate
Programs, courses and tuition subject to change.
The program is designed to train future school psychologists to work with teachers in improving the classroom learning environment. Courses focus on data-based decision making and accountability, intervention and prevention, instructional and school/system factors, and school psychology practice and development.
Educators who hold master's-level certification in Special Education or Psychometry immediately enroll in the EdS program. Those who do not hold this certification first complete the MA in Educational Psychology - School Psychometry followed by the EdS.
Coursework includes a combination of online and weekend classes. Each fall and spring semester students participate in two intensive 10-hour weekend sessions held on the main campus which provide the opportunity to interact with classmates and faculty. The program can be completed in approximately four years of part-time study. A new cohort of students begins the program every fall.