MS and EdS in School Psychology
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Application Deadline: December 15th
For More Information Contact Dr. Lisa Kelly-Vance at email@example.com
The School Psychology Program prepares psychologists to serve as specialists in school psychology, providing a wide range of services, including consultation, assessment, and intervention. School psychologists typically work in public schools and work closely with teachers, parents, families, students, and community resources to ensure that students are learning in a supportive environment.
The School Psychology Program at the University of Nebraska Omaha embraces a scientist-practitioner model of school psychology training. The program emphasizes a problem-solving approach to service delivery including direct intervention and consultation at the individual, family, and system levels with a strong foundation in evidence-based practice. The graduate program strongly emphasizes the preparation of psychologists for comprehensive and effective delivery of psychological services in the schools.
The UNO School Psychology program endorses the NASP Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy.
Consistent with the mission of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), the UNO School Psychology Program’s mission is to graduate students who have met high levels of academic excellence relevant to the knowledge and skills in the profession of school psychology and have engaged in and are committed to the community. The program is designed to prepare graduates to function as scientist-practitioners in service to children and their families, schools, and communities. The program emphasizes an indirect service delivery approach that is oriented in data-based problem-solving and is responsive to cultural and ecological contexts. Although indirect approaches are emphasized (e.g., consultation, assessment, prevention, and early intervention), graduates are prepared to apply direct psychological services (e.g., individual, group, and systems level interventions) when conditions warrant.
The program is fully approved by and adheres to the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) standards for training and field placement. Learn more about our profession.