The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in School Psychology is designed for students who already have a master’s degree in a discipline related to school psychology. This flexible degree program contains a minimum of 33 credits, but may include up to 57 credits depending on the relatedness to school psychology of the candidate’s previous master’s degree. Please see the school psychology master’s program for a complete listing of courses needed to become certified as a school psychologist.
Certification-only Option (for those who have a master’s degree): Please contact an advisor for more information.
Counselor Education Component – 9 credits
|CO 7300 Counseling Supervision||3|
|EP 7040 Planning in Education and Human Services||3|
|EP 7020 Collaborative Leadership||3|
|EP 7030 Transforming the Educational Agenda||3|
|EP 7050 Qualitative Methodology and Applied Research||3|
School Psychology Specialization – 12 credits minimum
To fulfill this specialization component, you’ll consult with your advisor to identify courses that meet certification requirements based on the competencies met in your master’s degree program.
Capstone Experience – 12 credits
|SY 6800 School Psychology Internship and Seminar||12|
Minimum total for CAGS in School Psychology – 33 credits
Add a concentration
Students who are interested in adding a concentration to the CAGS in School Psychology can add:
Gainful Employment Disclosures
The information below is provided to maintain compliance with the US Department of Education Gainful Employment Programs Disclosure regulations.
This data will be updated regularly as new information becomes available. For any questions regarding the information on this site, please contact Dr. Cynthia Waltman, School Psychology Program Coordinator, at 603-535-3232