Education Specialist in School Psychology at KU
The Ed.S. degree in school psychology at the University of Kansas prepares and qualifies you to work as a school psychologist in a school setting. It offers the unique opportunity to use your psychology background to make a positive impact on educational effectiveness and the lives of students in your community. Complete the degree with only two years of full-time graduate study, followed by a nine-month paid internship. Graduates of this program satisfy the requirements for certification/licensure as a school psychologist.
Career Outcomes in School Psychology
Graduates of the education specialist in school psychology program are prepared to work effectively as school psychologists and to meet the recommendations of professional organizations and Kansas licensure requirements. The Ed.S. program is accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education through the CAEP accreditation system, and the Kansas State Department of Education. All of our Ed.S. students are successful in finding internships, and all of our Ed.S. graduates are successful in finding employment in the schools.