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Ed.S. School Psychology

The Ed.S. program in School Psychology began in 1968 and enjoys the rich history of being one of the first such programs in the state of Indiana.  The program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

The program generally takes three years to complete full requirements, including coursework, practica and internship, and a culminating field-based research project. The

  provides an overview of program requirements.

Students enrolled in our Ed.S. program gain extensive hands-on experience in the P-12 school settings, beginning in the first semester of graduate study. Students also receive additional training and supervision as clinicians in the Porter School Psychology Center, located in the Grosjean Clinic in University Hall.

For students interested in part-time study toward completing the Ed.S. degree, flexible options are available for course delivery, course sequencing, and completion of practicum activities. Contact the Ed.S. program coordinator for additional information about these options.

Dr. Carrie Ball is the coordinator for the Ed.S. School Psychology program