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. Our program has expertise in data-based decision making, mental health and clinical issues.

Program Details

Standard Completion Time: 3 years


Program Credits: 78


Accreditation: Full approval status from the National Association of School Psychologists

When Can I Start?

Next Start Date:

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

Classroom

  • Monday, August 24, 2020
    Roberts campus

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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 (Career Services Annual Report)

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

  • MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL (2019-20)

  • CROSS-DISCIPLINARY: Collaborative experience with clinical psychology/ school psychology

  • EXPERIENCED FACULTY with strong professional networks

Popular Careers

Roberts Wesleyan’s School Psychologist Program prepares students for a career in school psychology, assisting students from elementary school through college. School psychologists apply expertise in mental health, behavior, and learning to support academic, behavioral and emotional goals. Often, those in this role work alongside families, teachers, school administrators, and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments.

Alumni Making A Difference

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)

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Emily McGarry ’20

Newark Central School District, Kelley School

Jacqueline Pedulla Photo

Jacqueline Pedulla ’20

Richard Mann Elementary School, Gananda School District

Nicole Young Photo

Nicole Young ’20

Phelps Clifton Springs School District, CSE chair teacher on special assignment 

Kayleigh Rothdiener (Bacchetta) Photo

Kayleigh Rothdiener (Bacchetta) ’20

Klem Road South Elementary School, Webster Central School District

Related Majors

Psy.D. Clinical/School Psychology - Earn your Doctorate in Psychology at Roberts. We prepare YOU to become an effective psychologist who can deliver evidence-based psychological services in a variety of settings.
School Counseling, M.S. - Our Masters in School Counseling program trains students to provide collaboration and leadership on behalf of children and families in public or private elementary, middle and high schools.
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