The Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) Program in School Psychology is for candidates who wish to work as school psychologists with children from preschool through high school. Chapman University's School Psychology program prepares students to performa variety of tasks including assessment for ntervention, mental health counseling, behavior mamagement and consultation with teachers and parents.
The Ed.S in School Psychology degree program is a 69 unit program that can be completed in 3 years of full time study or 4 years of part time study. The program builds on the mission of the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies by seeking to prepare knowledgeable, skilled and reflective school psychologists who are effective change agents for individuals, families, communities and institutions. Our innovative dual degree program allows students to obtain a MA in Educational Psychology after two yearsand an Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology after three years, with an embedded California Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology.
In addition, students are eligible to apply for the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) Emphasis. The LPCC is a master’s level license regulated by the Board of Behavior Science Examiners (BBSE). LPCC license holders can practice counseling and psychotherapy outside the schools, in private practice, and clinical settings.
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Last updated August 23, 2018