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  • Many of our programs host on-campus info sessions throughout the year. These programs present a thorough perspective of the program and faculty are present to answer your questions.

    If you cannot attend an info session, go to your intended program’s home page to view Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or find the program’s contact information to request more information. We also attend graduate school fairs and events in other parts of the country. Go to our Info Sessions page for current schedules. Some Info Session are offered online (virtual).

  • This program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), and the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC). Because of our NASP approval, graduates are able to apply for the National Certificate of School Psychology (NCSP) which enables graduates to apply for licensure in many states.


  • The program can be completed in three years of full-time study or about nine semesters.

  • The third year of the program includes full-time internship in a public school district. Students are responsible for coordinating internship placements with the support of their academic advisor and Counseling Psychology staff.

  • Each cohort contains roughly 20 students.

  • All information about admissions is available on the Admissions office website. Please direct questions regarding the application process to the graduate school Admissions office.

  • You can find more information on the Admissions office website and direct these and similar questions to the Admissions office.

  • Students seeking licensure must submit passing scores on a number of tests. Those scores must be on file in the Counseling Psychology department office prior to graduation. For current information on required tests, please go to the Career and Licensing website.

     

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