School Psychology, M.S.

The Master of Science in School Psychology program prepares students to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents, in consultation with parents and teachers. Taught with an emphasis on Christian values, Roberts’ School Psychology program has a relative expertise in data-based decision making, mental health and clinical issues.

Program Highlights

THREE YEAR PROGRAM

includes one-year paid internship in a school setting

100% OF GRADUATES WERE EMPLOYED

full-time within a year of graduation

EARN A CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY (C.A.S.)

upon degree completion

LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES

EXPERIENCED FACULTY

with strong professional networks

Program Credits: 78


Standard Completion Time
3 years


Accreditation

Full approval status from the National Association of School Psychologists

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What Will I Learn?

The School Psychology Program is designed to prepare students for direct practice within public and private elementary, middle, and high schools. Direct practice includes diagnostic evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents, and parent and teacher consultation.

Where Will It Take Me?

Careers

  • School Psychologist
  • Senior Psychiatric Technician
  • Youth Care Staff Member
  • Resident Graduate Assistant
  • School Counselor
  • Youth Director

Employers

  • University of Rochester
  • Osaka Christian College
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Penn Yan Central School District
  • Lyons Central Schools
  • Northwest Allen County Schools
  • Twelve Corners Church

Alumni Success

Susan Fite ’05

School Psychologist, Greece Central School District

Laura Armstrong ’09

School Psychologist, Kyrene School District (Phoenix, AZ)

Amber Hildebrand ’10

School Psychologist, Brockport Central School District

Matt Newsome

Matt Newsome '14

School Psychologist, Carteret County
(North Carolina)

Who Will I Meet?

Na Ra Pak '17

Na Ra Pak ’17

"The training at Roberts has equipped me with the necessary knowledge and experience to serve as an emphatic, open-minded, and competent multi-cultural school psychologist. The professors have provided me with great support through all situations, educationally and spiritually, and provided me with diverse opportunities for me to experience different school environments, including urban and suburban school settings."

 

Dr. Cheryl Repass

Professor of Psychology

"Throughout my 14 years as a school psychologist, I witnessed the vital and important role that school psychologists play in our schools.  Although my role as a practitioner has changed, I continue to draw on my background working with youth in crisis counseling, systems consultation, implementing student interventions, providing student level support for students with mental health and special needs, and monitoring student achievement."

Cheryl Repass

 

Location & Start Dates

Earn your master's in School Psychology in Rochester, NY

  • Monday, August 29, 2016 | Roberts Campus

Contact Us

Adult and Graduate Admissions
585.594.6600
AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu

Visit the Graduate Psychology Programs Page