Practicum with focus on student area of interest. Letters after EPSE 561 indicate which focus area is taught.
EPSE 561C School Psychology Practicum I; EPSE 561F School Psychology Practicum II. An integrated school-based experience in psychosocial and psycho-educational assessment and intervention for school-aged youth. The course is intended to provide opportunities for students to integrate and apply knowledge and skills acquired through previous coursework in the context of general school psychology practice. The primary goal is for students to develop competency and confidence in addressing the psychosocial and psycho-educational needs of children and youth.
Students complete a minimum of 600 supervised practicum hours from September-to-June during the academic calendar year.
Prerequisites: Admission to the School Psychology Program.