Psychology Graduate Program

Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)

The Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) places emphasis upon professional applications of psychology based on a solid grounding in the scientific knowledge base of psychology.

Educational and School Psychology Graduate Programs

MEd in Educational Psychology

Earn your MEd in Educational Psychology to advance your career in public education or community mental health. Students interested in becoming school psychologists must first earn their MEd before applying to the post-master's certification program.

EdS in School Psychology

The Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology is a two-year, post-master's program that prepares you to become a certified school psychologist. IUP is one of only a few universities in the state to offer an on-campus, specialist-level school psychology program approved by the National Association of School Psychologists. Graduates are eligible for state and national level certification. This degree can be started after a bachelor's degree and completed in three years in combination with the MEd in Educational Psychology.

PhD in School Psychology

This practitioner-oriented program is for students who are seeking to become certified school psychologists. With a PhD in school psychology, students graduating from this program will have opportunities to work in settings beyond the schools.

Center for Applied Psychology

The Center for Applied Psychology (CAP) is dedicated to providing psychological services to residents of Indiana County and its neighboring communities.