Graduate School : School Psychology
MA/CAS : Academic Environment

Extensive interaction between students and faculty members encourages the personalized learning process that is vital in the training of school psychologists.

Alfred University's program is designed to develop professionals who possess the personal characteristics and academic competencies necessary for serving the psychological and educational needs of children, adolescents and families. We provide training in the following areas:

  • Psychological and educational foundations
  • Assessment and intervention with cognitive, academic and social-emotional-behavioral problems
  • Consultation/indirect service
  • Professional identification and functioning
  • Statistics and research methodologies

Satisfactory academic performance, personal and professional development during the first year, as well as success on a qualifying examination given at the end of the first year are required for admission to the second year of the program.

General Information

Application requirements

Faculty profiles

Financial information

Graduate success

Lea R. Powell Institute for Children and Families

About MA/CAS

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

Course sequence

Field experience

Mission and goals

Master's/CAS Handbook 2015

About Psy.D.

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


Course sequence

Field experience

Research experience

Student admission, outcomes, and other data

Mission and goals

Doctoral Handbook 2015


Admissions Coordinator
Jana Atlas, Ph.D.
Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212

Internship Coordinator
Rachel Roth, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212

Program Director
Andrea Burch, Psy.D.
Assistant Professor of School Psychology
Ph: 607.871.2212

Graduate Admissions
Alfred University
1 Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802
Ph: 607.871.2115
Ph: 800.541.9229
Fx: 607.871.2198