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Putting Your School Psychology Degree To Work

Most of the students who have graduated from the Ph.D. in school psychology have assumed public school positions or academic teaching positions. Some graduates have taken consulting positions, whereas a few graduates are working in independent practice at a medical center, private general hospital, or clinic.

Psychologist licensure is regulated by the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board. Individuals interested in pursuing psychologist licensure must first complete a doctoral degree program in school psychology. The Ph.D. in school psychology at KU meets this requirement. For more information on specific Kansas professional counselor licensure requirements, please visit the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board web site here.  

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