Graduate School : School Psychology
MA/CAS : Course Sequence

FIRST YEAR

First Semester
PSYC 601 Foundations of Cultural Diversity (1)
PSYC 603 Foundations of School Psychology (3)
PSYC 607 Learning and Cognition (3)
PSYC 626 Psychological and Educational Measurements (2)
PSYC 627 Norm-Referenced Testing I (2)
PSYC 636 Foundations of Interpersonal Effectiveness (3)
PSYC 637 Introduction to Group Dynamics (1)
PSYC 656 Field Experience in School Psychology (1)
Total Credits 16

Second Semester
PSYC 606 Advanced Developmental Psychology (3)
PSYC 629 Social-Emotional Assessment (3)
PSYC 632 Norm-Referenced Testing II  (2)
PSYC 638 Psychotherapy and Behavior Change (3)
PSYC 639 Exceptionality in Learning and Behavior (3)
PSYC 657 Field Experience in School Psychology II (1)
Total Credits 15

SECOND YEAR

Third Semester
PSYC 628 Academic Functioning (3)
PSYC 641 Introduction to Family Therapy (3)
PSYC 646 Consultation and Prevention (3)
PSYC 658 Clinic Practicum I (3)
PSYC 671 Statistical Analysis and Research Design I (3)
Total Credits 15

Fourth Semester
PSYC 609 Physical Bases of Behavior (3)
PSYC 642 Advanced Topics in School Psychology (3)
PSYC 651 Academic Interventions (2)
PSYC 659 Clinic Practicum II (3)
PSYC 664 Practicum in Academic Interventions (1)
PSYC 695 Professional Practice Seminar (3)
Total Credits 15

THIRD YEAR

Fifth Semester
PSYC 667 Internship in School Psychology I (9)

Sixth Semester
PSYC 668 Internship in School Psychology II (9)

Minimum Total Credit Hours Required for the Program: 79

General Information

Application requirements

Faculty profiles

Financial information

Graduate success

Lea R. Powell Institute for Children and Families

School Psychology Overview

About MA/CAS

Master of Arts/Certificate of Advanced Study (MA/CAS) Overview

Course sequence

Field experience

Mission and goals

Master's/CAS Handbook 2014

About Psy.D.

Doctor of Psychology in School Psychology (Psy.D.) Overview

Curriculum

Course sequence

Research experience

Student admission, outcomes, and other data

Mission and goals

Doctoral Handbook 2014

Contact

Admissions Coordinator
Jana Atlas, Ph.D.
Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212
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Internship Coordinator
Lynn O'Connell, Psy.D.
Associate Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212
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Program Director
Cris Lauback, Psy.D.
Associate Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212
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Graduate Admissions
Alfred University
1 Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Ph: 607.871.2115
Ph: 800.541.9229
Fx: 607.871.2198
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