Graduate Psychology Programs

Teach, mentor and advise every student to achieve their highest potential when you earn your doctorate (Psy.D.) in Clinical/School Psychology or your master's degree in School Counseling or School Psychology. Taught with a school-based focus and an emphasis on Christian values, the Graduate Psychology Programs prepare graduates who are highly regarded in the field of education, and provide leadership in meeting needs of children and their families.

Clinical/School Psychology (Psy.D.)

Clinical/School Psychology doctoral program (Psy.D.) offers an innovative four-year curriculum that blends the professional areas of clinical and school psychology, meets educational requirements for licensure as a psychologist in New York State, and includes the provision for meeting the requirements for New York State certification in School Psychology.

School Psychology (M.S., CAS, NASP Approved)

School Psychology program prepares you to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents. This is a three year program with late afternoon and evening classes.

School Counseling (M.S., CAS)

School Counseling merges expertise in areas of education, child development, career development, counseling and consultation. You will earn your degree in only two years in late afternoon and evening classes.


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