A 3-year, 60 hour licensed program
Earn certification as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Trinity University’s Master’s of Art in School Psychology is a NASP (National Association of School Psychologists) approved, three-year, 60-semester hour graduate program that includes a yearlong internship. Students learn in a variety of formats that include classroom instruction, group projects and presentations, and hands-on application of skills in school settings.
Work in public school settings
Demand for school psychologists is exceptionally strong and on the rise.
Be well prepared to strengthen connections
Enable students to meet the challenges of modern life to strengthen connections between home and school
Provide mental and academic support
Schools are under increasing pressure to provide support for children and youth
Help children and youth succeed
Collaborate with educators, parents, and professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment
Learning Format and Curriculum
Students learn in a variety of formats that include classroom instruction, group projects and presentations, and hands-on application of skills in school settings. As part of most courses, students are required to make presentations to their classmates, school communities, and professional staff on a variety of research topics.
Admissions and Financial Aid
To be eligible for admission to Trinity's School Psychology Program, students must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. An undergraduate major of psychology or education is preferred, although the program welcomes applications from candidates with other majors.
Learn more about application requirements, program costs, and financial aid options.