Laura Jarvis (Class of 2018) defending her Master's Culminating Experience
Master of Science in School Psychology
Dr. Diane Harris, Graduate Coordinator
This degree program leads to the Pupil Personnel Services Credential with authorization in School Psychology. Designed primarily for full-time SF State students, an M.S. is earned after successful completion of the fourth semester and the Pupil Personnel Services Credential with an authorization in School Psychology is awarded after successful completion of the sixth semester in the program.
Acceptance into the M.S. program is based upon evidence of psychological experience with children and families in institutions such as schools and service-oriented settings. Academic preparation is demonstrated by the capacity to make use of graduate-level academic work and professional training. These qualifications may be assessed by a record of previous academic accomplishments in psychology or other related fields that emphasize an understanding of children and their families and include clinical work experience. Students entering the program should have completed upper-divsion courses in statistics and research, clinical, developmental, abnormal psychology, learning, personality, and cross-cultural psychology.
To find out more about the prerequisites, please check out our School Psychology Brochure!
The School Psychology 2017 Cohort at the MS Hooding Ceremony
School Psychology 2018 Cohort Friendsgiving!
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