What will I learn?
Our master is degree in Bilingual School Psychology will prepare you to make a positive impact on young lives in a variety of educational facilities. With this MSEd, you ill use your bilingual skills to provide assessment and diagnostic services, design and implement school research and evaluation projects, develop counseling and remedial interventions for both individual students and groups of students, and offer assistance to teachers and other educational professionals. Bilingual School Psychology students receive course work and field work training from faculty in the theory and practice of bilingual/multicultural education, methods of providing services in a child is native language, and bilingual language development and disorders.
This 69-credit hour MSEd degree program in School Psychology prepares students to provide psychoeducational services in the school setting. Students receive course and field work in assessment, consultation, and intervention. Students are trained to provide assessment and diagnostic services for individual children and adolescents, design and implement school research and evaluation projects, and offer assistance to teachers and other educational professionals. Students in this program receive psychological service training in a variety of university and field settings. Course work is offered in psychological foundation areas, as well as in the professional practice of psychology. Course work is taken on Pace University is NYC campus in lower Manhattan i practicum work occurs on campus in the Thomas J. McShane Cetner for Psychological Services, as well as in school districts through the New York metropolitan area. Field work begins with experiential activities and extends to formal training opportunities in the McShane Center and metropolitan area school settings. The MSEd includes a final school psychology internship, typically in a school district in the New York Metropolitan area.
Bilingual students who are enrolled in the MSEd program in School Psychology are eligible to complete additional coursework and practicum experiences that allow them to be eligible for the Bilingual Education Extension (PPS/ADMIN) to the New York Sate training certificate in School Psychology. Students in this program received training that enables them to provide school psychological services to children in both monolingual and bilingual settings. Additional coursework focuses more intensively on the theory and practice of bilingual/multicultural education and methods of providing psychological services in the target language. Students received integrated training from psychology and speech and language faculty in the area of bilingual language development and disorders.
Which department am I in? Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
Other English language requirements: a minimum TOEFL score of 570 (paper-based version), 230 (computer-based version).
The student must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. The student who has attended institutions outside of the U.S. must hold a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree. International students will need to satisfy the required TOEFL, IELTS or Pearson PTE academic scores. In addition, GRE/GMAT/MAT exam scores and/or pre-requisites and other application requirements may apply.
Offered by this university
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) offers below pathways courses for this subject Extended Foundation
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
USD $1,214 per credit
Expected September 2018
New York City Campus One Pace Plaza, New York, 10038, United States