TWU offers two graduate programs in school psychology: the Doctorate in School Psychology degree and the Specialist in School Psychology degree. The School Psychology Doctoral Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) for the period of 2011 to 2018. Since the Doctoral Program is APA accredited it is automatically NASP approved. The Specialist in School Psychology program has received conditional approval (national recognition with conditions) by the National Association of School Psychologists through December 31, 2013. The school psychology faculty plan to address the NASP standards judged as not being met and submit a report to the NASP Program Approval Board as soon as possible. If the NASP Program Approval Board determines that we have met the training standards, we will obtain full program approval. If the NASP Program Approval Board determines that we have not met the training standards we would lose our program approval. TWU also offers, on a limited basis, a respecialization program for professionals who already have a graduate degree in psychology and are seeking retraining in school psychology.
General Program Information
- What are the career opportunities in school psychology?
- What are the differences between the Specialist and Doctoral Programs?
- What credentials can be applied for upon completion of the programs?
- What is the Specialist in School Psychology Degree and how is it different from the Master’s in School Psychology degree?
- School Psychology Program Faculty
- Past Three Years of Scholarly Achievements by School Psychology Faculty and Students
Specific Program Information
Professional Organizations in School Psychology
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