This program provides training to serve children and adolescents with learning, behavioral, or emotional problems in educational settings. After successful completion of 36 credits of course work and passing a written comprehensive examination, students may be awarded an interim M.Ed. degree and continue on in the program to complete the remaining requirements of the Ed.S. degree. The 36 credits required for the interim M.Ed. include the following courses: Professional Education Core Requirements (6 credits), Specific Requirements (27 credits), and Educational Research (EDUR 7130) (3 credits). Professional
entry-level in the field of School Psychology requires Level Six (S-6) Certification
which is acquired after successful completion of the prescribed Ed.S. Program
of Study and a passing score on the GACE examination in School Psychology.