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Educational Psychology
250 Education Sciences Bldg
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Voice: 612-624-6083

School Psychology
250 Education Sciences Bldg
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN
55455-0364 USA

Tel: 612-626-0367
Fax: 612-624-8241
spsy-adm@umn.edu

School Psychology

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Darnell T. LoganDarnell T. Logan, ’02, helps students stay on track to graduate. More












Help students, grow your career

As a school psychologist, you’ll create learning environments where students, families and school staff feel safe, welcome, and supported. School psychologists work with students to help them succeed academically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally by providing a range of services, including:

  • Assessment

  • Intervention

  • Prevention

  • Consultation

  • Supervision

  • Training

  • Research

  • Program evaluation

  • Program development

More information on program goals, objectives, and competencies

How to apply

School psychologists are in-demand and well-compensated



Careers

Specialist-level school psychologists work in public and private schools, preschools, and learning centers.

Doctoral-level school psychologists work in universities (as faculty), mental health agencies, research centers and think tanks, clinical settings, state departments of education, and independent practices.



Programs & degrees

Choose between two degree options:

M.A. & Specialist Certificate (S.C.) in Education and School Psychological Services (60 credits) – You’ll be eligible to receive your state and national school psychologist credential to work with students in schools.

Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (90 credits) – You’ll be eligible to receive your state and national school psychologist credential, and the license to practice psychology. You can become a university faculty member, conduct research, work with students in schools, or work with children and youth in other settings as a licensed psychologist.

Coursework for both degrees includes a year-long internship.



Faculty & instructors

Theodore J. ChristTheodore J. Christ
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Robin CoddingRobin Codding
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Annie Hansen-BurkeAnnie Hansen-Burke, field placement and specialist certificate coordinator
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Faith MillerFaith Miller
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Amanda SullivanAmanda Sullivan, program coordinator
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Questions related to the program's accredited status should be directed to the Commission of Accreditation:

Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation

American Psychological Association

750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

Phone: (202) 336-5979 / Email: apaaccred@apa.org

Web: http://www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/

 

*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

** National Association of School Psychologists



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