The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in School Psychology degree program is designed to prepare ethical, responsible, and competent school psychologists who are able to serve effectively in a number of professional roles.
The program emphasizes the development of attitudes, knowledge, and skills essential to the preparation of school psychologists who are committed to the ethical provision of quality services to diverse populations.
Students develop core competencies in psychological and educational foundations; cognitive, academic, and personality assessment; psychoeducational interventions, statistics and research methodology, and research initiatives. This 68-credit degree program, based on standards developed by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), is designed to prepare students to meet the criteria for state certification in Arizona as school psychologists.
Only campuses in Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota, Texas, and Utah offer programs that lead to teacher, administrator, or school psychologist certification, licensure, or endorsement in any State in the United States.
With the exception of the MAED in Educational Administration (in a limited number of states), the programs, offered through Argosy University, Online Programs DO NOT lead to teacher or administrator certification, licensure, or endorsement in any State in the United States, regardless of the State in which the student resides.
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