School Psychology (PsyD)

Description

The graduate program leading to the doctor of psychology (PsyD) degree in school psychology is designed to prepare persons for positions of leadership in school-based practice; professional psychological practice in diverse settings; and positions focused on teaching, supervision, and professional service. The program aspires to prepare professional psychologists through the integration of theoretical, empirical, technical, and interpersonal competencies in the application of a problem-solving model.

Required Courses

In addition, the School Psychology PsyD Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Graduate students may be eligible for federal student loans if they are admitted into graduate degrees (or first-time teacher certification programs) and meet other eligibility requirements. Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid. Private alternative loans can help students pay college expenses that may not be covered by federal loan programs or other financial aid. For more information, visit financial aid.

In addition, students may be eligible for payment plans and veterans benefits. On-campus degree-seeking students may be eligible for special scholarships for residents of Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio, and the Midwest Consortium.

Further Information

For further information and assistance, contact:

Department of Applied Clinical and Educational Sciences
Indiana State University
812-237-2880
812-237-2729 (FAX)

 

The Graduate Catalog and Undergraduate Catalog of Indiana State University are the documents of authority for all students. The requirements given in the catalogs supersede information issued by any academic department, program, college, or school. The University reserves the right to change the requirements at any time.