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Course Overview

Under the close supervision of a certified and/or licensed psychologist, students work in a school or clinic setting providing psychological and educational assessments, preparing reports, counseling with clients, and developing and implementing intervention programs. In addition, students attend a weekly seminar emphasizing ethical and other major issues in the professional practice of school psychology.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: PSY 701, PSY 743, PSY 746, PSY 748, PSY 770, PSY 771; or permission of the instructor.

Other Courses

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Credits: 3
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Credits: 1
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Credits: 1

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate