School Psychology - PACE

Professional Advancement and Continuing Education (PACE) courses are Master level Psychology and Counseling courses that are graduate credit Psychology courses for non-matriculated students. You may enroll if you have earned a bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university. Only a simplified application process is required to register.

All courses will be recorded on a transcript. PACE courses with a grade of B or better may be applied toward the M.S. Degrees in School Psychology or School Counseling. Successful completion of PACE courses does not, however, guarantee admission into the matriculated program.

There is limited availability for PACE courses. Please contact Darlene Heitz at Heitz_Darlene@roberts.edu (585) 594-6009 for more information.

585.594.6600 or AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu

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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