An educational specialist degree can advance the careers of education professionals or prepare them for a doctoral program. Graduates of our Ed.S. program learn essential diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative skills; prevention and crisis practice and theory; research and program evaluation methodologies; the impact of diversity and cultural issues in the field; and the legal, ethical, and professional guidelines of school psychology.
The Chicago Campus offers the following program in school psychology:
Ed.S. in School Psychology: TCS-OPP:Chicago
Offered: TCS-OPP:Chicago, ILTCS-OPP:Grayslake, IL
The Ed.S. in School Psychology program prepares graduates to serve as school psychologists or in similar positions. The Chicago School's program is based on an integrative-systemic model aimed at enhancing the educational experience for diverse youth populations. Graduates are qualified to sit for the National Certification in School Psychology (NCSP) examination and earn a Type 73 certification/endorsement with a specialization in School Psychology in the state of Illinois.
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