The School Psychology program is a full-time, nationally approved, 78-semester-hour program that students complete in three years. A Master of Education degree is conferred upon satisfactory completion of the coursework and a comprehensive examination, which consists of a general section and a program section. Additional coursework beyond the master’s degree and other requirements must be completed prior to the awarding of the Educational Specialist degree and licensure as a school psychologist in the State of Ohio.
Selected applicants will be invited to meet with faculty once their files are complete and received by the Department of Education and Allied Studies. Applications are reviewed by program faculty three times per year. In order to be considered for admission, all application materials must be submitted to the office of Graduate Studies by February 1 (fall semester), July 1 (late admission for fall semester), or October 15 (spring semester). A limited number of candidates can be accepted.
- National Association of School Psychologists.
- National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE): Initial and Advanced Programs.
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
- Ohio Board of Regents.
To learn more about the School Psychology Program, including classes you will take, and to apply for admission, please visit John Carroll’s Office of Graduate Studies website.