The educational specialist (Ed.S.) program in psychological and quantitative foundations with a school psychology subprogram requires a minimum of 64 s.h. of graduate credit. Students are expected to maintain a cumulative g.p.a. of at least 3.00.

The program provides coursework and supervised field experience in education and psychology. The Ed.S. degree is an option for current students in the Ph.D. in psychological and quantitative foundations with a school psychology subprogram.

The curriculum includes courses in psychological foundations, psychoeducational foundations, school psychology, and research methods. Other requirements include a practicum, a written portfolio, and a project paper prepared in conjunction with PSQF:7342 Research Project in School Psychology.

The Ed.S. in psychological and quantitative foundations includes the following coursework.

All of these (or equivalents):
PSQF:5219Foundations of Health Service/School Psychology3
PSQF:6213Advanced Lifespan Development3
PSQF:6235Multicultural Counseling3
PSQF:6238Assessment of Learning Differences3
PSQF:6242Selected Applications of Statistics3
or PSQF:6243 Intermediate Statistical Methods
PSQF:6263Consultation Theory and Practice3
PSQF:7310Intelligence Assessment3
PSQF:7313Psychopathology in Childhood3
PSQF:7315Social and Emotional Assessment of Children and Adolescents3
PSQF:7237Beginning Practicum in School Psychological Service5
PSQF:7337Advanced Practicum in School Psychology6
PSQF:7342Research Project in School Psychology (Ed.S. project)3
PSQF:7344Academic Interventions3
or EDTL:4975 Explicit Instruction
PSQF:7347Home/School/Community: System Interventions3
PSQF:7437Internship in School Psychology (Ed.S. field experience)2
PSQF:7465Issues and Ethics in Professional Psychology3
EDTL:4900Foundations of Special Education3
EDTL:4950Behavioral and Social Interventions3
EDTL:7953Seminar: Single Subject Design Research3
RCE:5202Introduction to Group Counseling3
or RCE:5222 Counseling Children and Adolescents in Schools