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Education Specialist in School Psychology - Arizona (69 hours total)

 

Degree Overview

The Ed.S. School Psychology Program is a three-year, 69-hour course of academic study, practicum experience, and internship leading to certification as a school psychologist.  During the first year, candidates develop content knowledge and applied foundations.  During the second year, candidates will continue coursework and apply skills in practicum settings.  The final year is spent in a full-time internship in an approved setting.  This degree meets entry-level requirements for the practice of school psychology in the State of Arizona.

Degree Requirements


Foundation Courses

 

EDC 7102PROFESSIONAL AND HISTORICAL ISSUES IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (3)

EDC 7133COUNSELING AND THE HELPING PROFESSIONS (3)

EDC 7202SOCIAL AND CULTURAL BASIS OF ASSESSMENT (3)

EDF 7410FOUNDATION OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND ASSESSMENT (3)

EDF 8503MASTER'S RESEARCH PROJECT (3)

Concentration Courses

EDC 7012EDUCATIONAL STATISTICAL METHODS (3)

EDC 7013BEHAVIORAL METHODS AND INTERVENTIONS (3)

EDC 7122ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION: ACADEMICS AND ALTERNATIVE (3)

EDC 7132ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL (3)

EDC 7142EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT (3)

EDC 7172SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW (3)

EDC 7192CONSULTATION STRATEGIES FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS (3)

EDC 7203THEORIES OF LEARNING IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (3)

EDC 7222PRACTICUM (I) ASSESSMENT & INT.: ACADEMIC & ALT. TEST (3)

EDC 7232PRACTICUM (II): ASSESSMENT & INT: PERSONALITY BEHAV.: SOC & EMOTIONAL TEST PRACTICUM (3)

EDC 7303THEORIES OF TRAUMA, GRIEF, AND LOSS (3)

EDC 8012EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS (3)

EDC 8102INTERNSHIP IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY I (3)

EDC 8122INTERNSHIP IN SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY II (3)

EDC 8222ADVANCED ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION: ACADEMIC AND ALTERNATIVE (3)

EDC 8284CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT (3)

 

*EDC 8102 Internship in School Psychology I and EDC 8122 Internship in School Psychology II must both be taken twice (6 credits each).  They should be taken as the last courses and require a letter of intent.