Educational Specialist in School Psychology (Ed.S.)
About the Program
The Ed.S. in School Psychology is designed to be consistent with the minimal entry-level requirements in the field of school psychology as presented by the National Association of School Psychologists. A master’s degree as a school psychological examiner or its equivalent is required.
The Ed.S. is viewed as a practitioner’s degree and will focus on applied activities.
The student must complete 33 credits in School Psychology. All post-master’s degree coursework must be taken from members of the Idaho State University graduate faculty or be approved in advance by the graduate faculty. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B) is required overall coursework taken in the Ed.S. program. An oral examination covering the specialist paper, portfolio, and/or relevant topics is required.
Course Requirements take the following courses, take 33 credits33 creditsCourse RequirementsSCPY6615 - Adv Child Psychology3 creditsSCPY6616 - Psychological Assessment3 creditsSCPY6652 - Specialist Paper1 - 3 creditsSCPY6662 - Consultation in the Schools3 creditsSCPY6663 - Clinical Diag Interviewing Sch3 creditsSCPY6664 - Neurocognition and Learning3 creditsSCPY6665 - Clinical School Psychology3 creditsSCPY6669 - Adv Practicum in Sch Psych3 creditsSCPY7759 - Ed.S Internship1 - 9 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.