Master’s in School Psychology – Marshall University
The Master’s in School Psychology degree program is designed to prepare students to meet the Department of Education requirements for certification in West Virginia and other states. It is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
School Psychologists provide professional services such as consultation with parents, teachers, administrators, and others, psychological and educational assessment and problem-solving, counseling, prevention services, and program evaluation.
Admission to the Master’s in School Psychology program is competitive because of the limited number of available internships.
Applicants must submit a sample of their professional writing (a scholarly paper on any subject) and a statement of their professional goals (1000 words or fewer). Submit all materials to Graduate Admissions.