School Psychology EdS, MA

Humanities

Social & Behavioral Sciences

 

The School of Education offers an educational specialist program in school psychology and a PhD program in Education with a specialization in school psychology. The two closely interrelated programs train students in (1) direct intervention skills, including counseling, (2) psychoeducational evaluation of children, using a variety of assessment and diagnostic approaches, (3) prevention, (4) consultation with parents, teachers, and school administrators, and (5) evaluation and research in school settings.

A Master of Arts degree is earned upon completion of the first 30 credit hours of coursework and the Educational Specialist degree is earned upon completion of an additional 30 credit hours that includes a 1200 hour internship in the schools during the third year in the program.

The EdS program are approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Students completing the programs qualify for school psychology certification or licensing to work in public schools in Delaware and most other states.

The EdS is a combined MA/EdS program.


UD Tuition:

The 2019-2020 UD published graduate student tuition rate per credit hour:

School Psychology–EDS: $1,898.00

School Psychology–MA: $1,898.00

2019-2020 DEAN’S SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE:
School Psychology–EDS
PER CREDIT HR:
  DE Resident: $697.00;   US Student: $1,898.00;   International: $1,898.00

* Scholarships may be available to non-residents who teach in Delaware Public Schools and Delaware non-profit early learning programs, and staff in Delaware non-profit agencies. Contact the College of Education and Human Development’s Dean’s Office for details.


2019-2020 DEAN’S SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE:
School Psychology–MA
PER CREDIT HR:
  DE Resident: $697.00;   US Student: $1,898.00;   International: $1,898.00

* Scholarships may be available to non-residents who teach in Delaware Public Schools and Delaware non-profit early learning programs, and staff in Delaware non-profit agencies. Contact the College of Education and Human Development’s Dean’s Office for details.


Application Deadline:

FALL:
January-15 Final deadline to apply


Students who qualify for an assistantship will receive a minimum stipend of $20,000 for the 9-month academic year (2019-2020), a tuition scholarship award that provides a reduced rate for master’s students equivalent to the Delaware resident rate, and a reduced-cost medical insurance plan provided by the University.


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PROGRAM BASICS

For more about this program contact:
School of Education
109 Alison Hall West
Newark, DE 19716
(302) 831-6955 • Christina Johnson >

UD BASICS

College of Education and Human Development

Gary T. Henry, Dean

Chrystalla Mouza,
School Director

George Bear,
Graduate Director

 

 

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