School Psychology - Masters plus Certification

Required Coursework

Note: Students are required to maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA throughout the program. If a student receives any grade less than a B- in a course, the student will need to retake the course.

Core (9)

  • PSYC 530: Child Development w/in Family System (3)
  • PSYC 612: Research Design and Statistics (3)
  • PSYC 600: Seminar in School Psychology (3)

Skills I: Core (6)

  • PSYC 630: Group Processes/Personality (3)
  • PSYC 631: Psychotherapy/Intervention (3)

Skills II: Assessment (12) Degree Candidacy

  • PSYC 671: Psychological Assessment I (M.S.) (3) *
  • PSYC 672: Psychological Assessment II (3) *
  • PSYC 673: Personality Assessment (M.S.) (3) *
  • PSYC 674: Assessment of English Language Learners (3) *

Skills III: Interventions (10)

  • PSYC 540: Classroom Interventions (3)
  • PSYC 634: Child Psychopathology/Therapy (M.S.) (4) *
  • PSYC 646: Consultation (3) *

Educational Foundations (3)

Select one:

  • SPED 600: Orientation to Special Education (3)
  • SPED 601: Psychological Aspects of Individuals with Disabilities (3)

Related Courses (12)

  • PSYC 536: Applied Biopsychology (3)
  • PSYC 547: Applied Social (3)
  • RDED 621: Foundations of Reading/Writing (3)
  • EDUC 671: Curriculum Development (3)

Electives (Under Review)

  • SCCN 630: Multicultural Counseling (3)
  • PSYC 637: Family Therapy (3)
  • SCCN 657: Brief Counseling (3)
  • *Other approved course (3)

Field Experiences (12)

  • PSYC 685: Practicum in School Psychology (3)
  • PSYC 686: Internship in School Psychology (9)

*Students are required to take and pass the three core cores (Psyc 530, 612, 600) with a "B-" or better, as well as pass all three CCEs before enrolling in these courses.

Course Descriptions

For a detailed listing of course descriptions, please see the Psychology portion of the Millersville University Graduate Catalog (PDF).