The session will focus on the Doctorate in School Psychology (Psy.D.), Advanced Standing (Psy.D.), and the M.A. Criminal Justice & Human Rights programs. The five-year Psy.D. program promotes professional practice by developing competent, socially conscious professionals capable of providing evidence-based services to children, individual schools and school districts, and school staff members who impact the lives of children. The three-year Advanced Psy.D. in School Psychology programs offers working school psychologists the ability to enhance their school-based practice and expand their practice into other areas such as hospitals, clinics, and private practice. We will also discuss our Criminal Justice & Human Rights program. The fully online Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and Human Rights degree assists students gain knowledge and skills to initiate or advance a career in the public interest from an institution dedicated to social justice and values-based education. The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice & Human Rights program offers new opportunities and professional advancement to those joining or employed in criminal justice and related fields as well as private and nonprofit organizations. Our esteemed faculty and graduate staff will be in attendance to answer your questions.