Feb 18, 2020  
2016-2017 CSU East Bay Catalog 
    
2016-2017 CSU East Bay Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pupil Personnel Credential: School Psychology


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Department & Faculty Information  

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Pupil Personnel Credential


The coursework for the M.S. in Counseling allow for following credentials:  

Use these links to see the program requirements for the M.S. in Counseling:

Counseling, Clinical Child/School Psychology Option, M.S. 

Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy Option, M.S. 

Counseling, School Counseling Option, M.S.   

The Combined Credential Program


This combined credential program is offered by the Clinical Child/School Psychology faculty.

The school psychologist is a clinical child psychologist who functions within the school organization. The school psychologist provides consultation and services for enhancement of the cognitive, social and emotional development of children and adolescents within the school environment; provides programs for the development of the staff; has responsibility for the prevention, assessment, and remediation of the behavioral and learning difficulties of children; and often becomes the primary resource for the emotionally troubled children and their parents. The school psychologist serves the schools as the expert in psycho-educational measurement, program evaluation, and research.

School Psychology Internship


This program prepares students to undertake a full-time (1200-hour) Internship in School Psychology, as required by the National Association of School Psychologists and, as of July, 1996, by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing of the State of California.

Note: that the Internship Credential would serve to qualify a student for internship status, and thus would have to be earned prior to the actual internship year itself.

School Psychology Specialization


This program includes the units required for the School Psychology Internship specialization described in the previous section.

Course Descriptions


Use this link to see all Course Descriptions  available throughout this catalog.

Other Graduate & Post-Baccalaureate Degree Requirements


In addition to departmental requirements, every student must also satisfy the university requirements for graduation as described in the Graduate/Post-Baccalaureate Admission and Degree Information  chapter in this catalog. These include the 32-unit residence requirement, the five year rule on currency of subject matter, the minimum number of units of 6000-level courses, the 3.00 grade point average, and the University Writing Skills Requirement. For information on meeting the University Writing Skills Requirement, see the Testing Office website at www.csueastbay.edu/testing or call 510.885.3661.

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