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The EdS degree in school psychology prepares students to pursue credentialing as school psychologists in Pre-K – 12 educational settings and is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) through December 2026. Knowledge and competency areas include data-based decision-making, consultation and collaboration with teachers and parents, academic interventions and instructional supports, mental and behavioral health services and interventions, school-wide practices to support learning, services to promote safe and supportive schools, family-school-community collaboration, equitable practices for diverse populations, research and evidence-based practice, and legal, ethical and professional practice.

Application Deadlines Fall: Dec 15