Advanced Certificate in School Psychology Today’s school psychologists must function as effective Admissions Requirements educational consultants, intervention strategists • Graduate admissions application (available online) and counselors in addition to their historical role as • $50.00 application fee (non-refundable) psychometricians. Marist’s school psychology programs • Official undergraduate/graduate transcripts from focus on instruction in theory and skills associated with all institutions attended five roles regularly encountered by a school psychologist: • A current resumé facilitator in understanding human behavior; counselor; • Completed recommendation forms from three references psychological/educational examiner; consultant and • A personal essay information specialist/intervention strategist. Our goal is • Official Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores to prepare professionals who manifest a holistic blend • Interview with director of theory and practice in meeting the educational needs of today’s students within the interacting contexts of their Application Deadlines schools, families and communities. Fall August 1 Spring December 1 Marist offers two options for those interested in earning Summer April 1 certification as a school psychologist in New York State: the MA in School Psychology and the Advanced Certificate Tuition & Costs in School Psychology. The Advanced Certificate option Tuition $665.00 per credit is available only to those who have already earned Application Fee $50.00 a Master’s degree in a field closely related to school psychology (e.g. Educational Psychology; Counseling Contact Information Psychology). The Advanced Certificate programs are either Marist College 26–32 credit hours or 41–47 credit hours. However, Office of Graduate Enrollment the actual number of credits required for students will Poughkeepsie, New York 12601–1387 vary depending on course work completed through the previously completed Master’s degree and will be Phone: 888.877.7900 determined by the Program Director. Email: email@example.com Web: www.marist.edu/graduate Distinctiveness At the time of matriculation, each student is assigned a faculty advisor. Students are encouraged to have regular meetings with their faculty advisor for purposes of discussing academic progress and planning. Graduate Assistantships are awarded on a competitive bases to full-time students. Assistants work with members of the school psychology faculty and perform duties such as library and empirical research, tutoring students, assisting in organizing student activities and related work. Up to $4,500 per year is awarded to each graduate assistant in exchange for ten hours of work per week. For further details, contact the Director of the School Psychology Program. Format Courses are offered at our main campus in Poughkeepsie. In order to obtain the certificate all requirements must be completed no later than five years after matriculation and students must achieve a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Rev. 8/07 Advanced Certificate in School Psychology (26 credits) Advanced Certificate in School Psychology (41 Credits) (Complements the Marist MA in Psychology) (Complements the Marist MA in Educational Psychology) EPSY 505 Educational Psychology: Classroom PSYH 705 Counseling I Instruction & Organization PSYH 706 Counseling II EPSY 510 The Integration of Learning Theory & PSYG 511 Personality Teaching Methodologies PSYG 607 Psychopathology PSYH 601 Learning Disabilities PSYH 609 Clinical Services for Children and Adolescents PSYH 602 School Consultation PSYG 548 Multimodal Therapy or PSYH 650 Play Theropy PSYH 603 Psycho-Educational Services in PSYH 613 Assessment I General Education PSYG 614 Assessment II PSYH 610 School Psychology Practicum I PSYH 601 Learning Disabilities PSYH 611 School Psychology Practicum II PSYH 602 School Consultation PSYH 603 Psycho-Educational Services in School Psychology Internship including: General Education PSYH 701 School Psychology Seminar I PSYH 610 School Psychology Practicum I PSYH 702 School Psychology Seminar II PSYH 611 School Psychology Practicum II PSYH 703 School Psychology Seminar III * PSYH 704 School Psychology Seminar IV * School Psychology Internship including: PSYH 701 School Psychology Seminar I Total Credits: (Pending Transcript Review by PSYH 702 School Psychology Seminar II Program Director) 26(32*) PSYH 703 School Psychology Seminar III * PSYH 704 School Psychology Seminar IV * * Optional internship experience for students seeking 1,200 contact hours. Total Credits: (Pending Transcript Review by Program Director) 41 (47*) * Optional internship experience for students seeking 1,200 contact hours.
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