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Earning your educational specialist’s degree in school psychology from KU prepares you with the skills to become a positive influence in the lives of students and your community as a school psychologist. In this program you’ll learn best practices in school psychology, including consultation, assessment and intervention skills, and collaboration to promote student achievement and well-being.
Ed.S. in School Psychology Snapshot
Develop the skills to create a stronger educational community.
The Ed.S. degree in school psychology from the University of Kansas is specialized to help you obtain the knowledge to be active and effective in enhancing the lives of the students in your community while putting you on a path toward certification as a school psychologist. A combination of two years of full-time graduate study followed by a nine-month paid internship – all totaling 63 credit hours – meets the professional recommendations and requirements for several licensure organizations, including the National Association of School Psychologists and the Kansas State Department of Education.
The renowned faculty of the KU School of Education and Human Sciences will be your instructors, mentors, and collaborators. As a student, you have access to scholarly publication and literary collections, computer and research labs, and other campus-based resources and technology services.
Now is your chance to be a part of one of the top graduate programs in education and human sciences in the nation. Find out more about the application process and deadlines by contacting an admission coordinator and begin your pathway to advancing your career with KU.
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