The master’s in school psychology is a 72-credit program that can be completed in three years of full-time study, or four years of part-time study, with some attendance during summer sessions. The majority of courses are in either assessment or school practice preparation. Classes are scheduled for late afternoon and evenings, which allows candidates to earn a master’s degree while employed.
Social Training Center
Adelphi University’s Social Training Center (STC) is a comprehensive support and guidance service initiative developed by the School Psychology program for students with High Functioning Autism (HFA) or Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) within the community. The STC provides local high school and college-aged individuals, ages 15-22, who have been diagnosed with ASD, with ongoing weekly therapeutic services in both individual and group counseling sessions.
More informationon school psychology
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For additional information about the Adelphi University M.A. in School Psychology degree program, please contact:Michelle LoPresti
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