In our school psychology master's degree you will work to minimize learning and behavioral difficulties while helping children and adolescents achieve academic and social success.
Students gain a strong background in psychological foundations through their coursework. Develop professional skills & competencies in counseling, evaluation, and consultation. School Psychology students work with children at all levels, from pre-school through high school, as well as parents, teachers, and administrators. They learn techniques in diagnostic testing and counseling that allow them to help students deal with learning difficulties and behavioral/emotional problems.
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RIT's MS degree in school psychology is conditionally accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists. Learn more about Program Annual Report and Student Outcomes Data.