School Psychology program of University of La Verne equips graduates to utilize expertise in mental health, psychoeducational assessment, behavior intervention, and learning to partner with school administrators, teachers, and families to enrich the academic, social, and emotional lives of children.
Because of an increasing awareness of the connection between mental health and learning, employment for school psychologists continues to grow. Graduates of the master’s in school psychology program are able to utilize their training to improve academic achievement, support diverse learners, and promote positive behavior and mental health in educational settings; work with school administrators to improve school-wide practices and policies; consult with teachers, families, and other school-employed mental health personnel to improve support strategies; and employ interventions to manage student and classroom behavior.
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Programme StructureCourses include:
- Human Development
- Learning Disabilities and Neurology
- Child Psychopathology
- School Psychology
- Program Planning and Evaluation
- Counseling and Psychological Theories
- Behavioral Interventions for Academic Success
- Instruction and Intervention
- Crisis Prevention and Intervention
- Individual Counseling in Schools
- Group Counseling in Schools
- Psychology of Multiculturalism in Schools
- Consultation Skills for School Psychologists
- Individual Assessment
- Advanced Assessment
- Alternative Assessment and Behavior Intervention
- Elective from recommended LFCE classes
- Practicum in School Psychology
- 36 months
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Recommended: application to be submitted at least one month prior to the semester/term you wish to begin (international students: at least two months)
64-67 semester hours
DisciplinesPsychology View 947 other Masters in Psychology in United States
- A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. (Doctoral programs may also require a master’s degree.) Students whose degrees were completed at foreign universities must submit notarized translations into English where appropriate. Such students may be required to have their degrees evaluated by a La Verne-approved evaluation service to determine equivalency to a bachelor’s degree from the United States. There is a fee for this service.
- A preferred GPA of 2.5 or above for the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate study, and a GPA of 3.0 for any graduate work.
- Letters of recommendation attesting to academic/professional competency.
- Demonstrated ability to write at an acceptable level for graduate study.
International775 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 775 USD per credit during 36 months.
National775 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 775 USD per credit during 36 months.
$775 — La Verne campus$700 — Regional campuses
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