Career Outcomes For Educational and School Psychology

  • Assessment in Educational School Psychology

    RESUME BUILDING  Students practice giving assessments with faculty guidance and then apply what they've learned to help children from the community at the Child Study Center on campus, a psycho-educational clinic that serves as a training facility for graduate students.

    Develop the skills, earn the certifications you’ll need

    Whether you want to be an educational specialist working in mental health settings, a school psychologist helping children reach their potential, or a supervisor in a school district, we offer you the training, options, and guidance necessary to pursue your chosen career path. And keep in mind, according to U.S. News and World Report, there is an increasing demand for school psychologists.

    Careers with an MEd in Educational Psychology

    • Behavioral specialist in public or private schools, mental health facilities, juvenile justice, universities, private practice, and/or residential clinics and hospitals
    • Consultant to schools, universities, businesses, learning centers, and other human development agencies
    • Advancement within public education

    Careers with Post-Master's Certification in School Psychology

    • School psychologist in public or private schools, mental health facilities, juvenile justice, universities, private practice, and/or residential clinics and hospitals

    Careers with a PhD in School Psychology

    • School Psychologist in public or private schools, mental health facilities, juvenile justice, universities, private practice, and/or residential clinics and hospitals
    • Administrative or supervisory role within a district or agency
    • Professor at a university or college
    • Earn Supervisor of Pupil Services Certification for additional career options.