M.S. in Counseling

The Educational Psychology Department is primarily a graduate department offering master's degrees and credential programs. Educational Psychology post-baccalaureate and graduate courses (5000- and 6000-level courses) are open only to students who have been admitted to, and remain in good standing in, programs within the department. This restriction does not apply to students enrolled in the Special Education Option in Liberal Studies, the combined program in Teacher Education and Special Education (TED/SPED), or EPSY 5021. Potential applicants interested in the master's programs are encouraged to take courses in psychology, sociology, human development, and/or anthropology.

The Department of Educational Psychology offers a number of programs leading to the M.S. in Counseling, the M.S. in Special Education, and/or related credentials. These programs train psychological specialists who desire to work as school counselors, school psychologists, or special education professionals. Other programs prepare individuals for work as counselors or psychotherapists in non-school settings where assistance with problems related to family, marriage, or personal adjustment is provided.

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