School Psychology (EdS)

It takes a special ability to nurture a child’s psychological and emotional needs. With a master’s degree in Applied Educational Psychology from Webster University, you’ll develop the skills to transform your compassion into positive change in the academic life of students.

Our post-masters Education Specialist (Ed.S.) program combines scholarly research and practical experiences to prepare you to become a school psychologist. You’ll collaborate with teachers, parents and school personnel to promote healthy educational and psychological school environments for all students. With campuses in eight countries and on four continents, Webster promotes a unique awareness of the cultural backgrounds and individual differences of students of all ages, making you a more empathic and astute professional.

Our specialized courses include preparation in mental health services, advanced psychoeducational assessment and intervention, applied research and school consultation and collaboration. You’ll also get real-world experience, spending the final year in the program interning as a school psychologist.

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