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ADMINISTERING AN ASSESSMENT  Gain practical experiences, such as conducting assessments in our Child Study Center, like IUP post-master's certification student Sherita Jamison is doing here.

Our graduate programs in educational and school psychology are designed to meet your career goals. Whether your goal is to work as a behavioral specialist or practicing certified school psychologist, pursue a career in public education or educational administration, we offer the path to get you there.

MEd in Educational Psychology

EdS in School Psychology

PhD in School Psychology

The IUP difference

Professional network of alumni. Our alumni know how well we prepare our graduates. And because we've been graduating exceptional students for many years, we have a broad network of alumni who are always interested in helping our graduates.

Child Study Center. The Department of Psychology operates a psychoeducational clinic as a training facility for our School Psychology grad students. We provide psychological services to children, families, and schools and assist faculty in contributing scholarship to the field of school psychology.

We are approved by the National Association of School PsychologistsThe Psychology faculty. All of our core faculty have practiced as school psychologists and bring with them a varied range of interests and expertise. Deeply committed to educating their students, these professors engage in a wide variety of ongoing research and service activities. Our students work collaboratively with faculty on many of these projects. As a student, you'll have opportunities to participate in research, present at state and national conferences, and develop mentoring relationships with faculty.

Marissa Beverage

On-Site Clinic Provides Opportunities

"IUP's unique on-site practicum experience allows you to work with real kids and make real decisions under close supervision of experienced faculty."

Marissa Beveridge, MEd graduate of the Post Master's School Psychology Certification Program