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School Psychology (MS/CAGS) Curriculum without Early Intervention

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The School Psychology Program (M.S. and C.A.G.S.) without the early intervention specialization is comprised of 21 courses, a pre-practicum, a practicum, and a one year supervised internship.

Year 1

Fall Semester:
CAEP 6365: Seminar in School Psychology - 3 Credits
CAEP 6201: Introduction to Assessment - 3 credits
CAEP 6206: Learning Principles - 3 credits
CAEP 6218: Infant, Child and Adolescent Development - 3 credits

Spring Semester:

CAEP 6350: Cognitive Assessment - 3 credits
CAEP 6247: Child and Adolescent Psychopathology - 3 credits
CAEP 6203: Understanding Culture and Diversity
CAEP 6347: Behavior Management

First Summer Session:
CAEP 6240: Family, School & Community Systems - 3 credits
CAEP 6226: Neuropsychological and Ecological Perspectives -3 credits
CAEP 6400: Pre-Practicum in School Psychology

Second Summer Session:
CAEP 6399: Clinical Skills in Counseling Psychology - 3 credits

Year 2

Fall Semester:

CAEP 6354: Social, Emotional and Behavioral Assessment - 3 credits
CAEP 6415: Practicum in School Psychology - 2 credits
CAEP 6353: Curriculum-Based Assessment and Instruction - 3 credits
CAEP 6202: Research, Evaluation and Data Analysis - 3 credits

Spring Semester:

CAEP 6345: Learning Problems: Educational, Biological and Ecological Perspectives
CAEP 8416: Practicum in School Psychology II - 2 credits
CAEP 6360: Consultation and Program Evaluation - 3 credits
CAEP 6355: School-Based Counseling - 3 credits

Year 3

Fall Semester:
CAEP 8501: Internship in School Psychology I - 3 credits

Spring Semester:
CAEP 8502: Internship in School Psychology II- 3 credits


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