Mercy isn’t just something you embrace while at Georgian Court. It’s a lifetime commitment. It’s about what you are going to do to make the world a better place.
Ensuring an enriching educational experience for children is the main focus of the M.A. in School Psychology program. It focuses on diversity, social justice, and sound counseling so that you can work in schools. This rigorous program will equip you to address the psychological, academic, and behavioral needs of students so they can excel in their pursuits.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)-approved program has two levels: a Master of Arts in School Psychology is awarded after you complete 32 to 35 credits. Then you go on to complete the 36-credit specialist level Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) coursework, which is vital to meet requirements for New Jersey Department of Education certification and become a practicing school psychologist. The program requires a 300-hour practicum and a 1,200-hour externship.