Master of Education in School Psychological Examiner

Admission Requirements

Applicants for the Master of Education in School Psychological Examiner degree must meet all college and university requirements for admission and retention. Individuals applying for admission to the Master of Education program in School Psychological Examiner must meet the following admission requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States, or its equivalent from a school in another country.
  • Grade point average of 3.0 or higher for all upper-division credits taken at the undergraduate level
  • A letter of interest stating the applicant's interest in the M.Ed. program
  • A current resume, including the names and contact information for at least 2 professional references

General Requirements

Students completing a Master of Education in School Psychological Examiner must complete both a written comprehensive examination and an oral examination.

Professional Studies Core
EDUC 6601Research and Writing3
EDUC 6602Theories of Learning3
EDUC 6610Applied Educational Statistics3
Additional Requirements for the School Psychological Examiner
SCPY 6619Individual Intelligence Testing3
SCPY 6657Legal and Ethical Issues in School Psychology2
SCPY 6659Multicultural Issues in School Psychology2
SCPY 6660Seminar in School Psychology3
SCPY 6672Problem Solving Intervention in Schools3
SCPY 6673Response to Intervention in Schools3
SCPY 6682Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention in Schools3
Field Experience
SCPY 6668Practicum Introduction to School Psychology Learning Disabilities and Special Education3
Total Credits 31

The M.Ed. Cohort in School Psychological Examiner degree starts every summer semester. The deadline for submission of applications is April 15. Applications will be reviewed and degree-seeking students will continue to be admitted until program capacity is reached.