MA School Psychology Licensure
Western New Mexico Universitys School Psychology licensure program allows the students to meet competencies in the field of school psychology, and prepares students for work as school psychologists. The program follows the National Association of School Psychologist (NASP) guidelines for Standard for Training and Field Placement as the model of exit competencies that must be met.
- Program Overview
- Licensure program is 60 hours of coursework.
- Includes classes in special education, psychology and counseling.
- Internship involves 1,200 hours of field experience in an educational setting
- The program does not automatically lead to a degree, but a student can pursue an Interdisciplinary Masters degree while taking courses for licensure.
- Program Faculty & Adjuncts
- Dr. Elaine Jordan, Licensed Psychologist (New Mexico and Arizona) and Supervisory Level (III) School Psychologist
- Martha Gomez, Director of Field Supervision
- Admission Process & Requirements
- Meet the Students
- Degree Plan
- Program Outcomes & Competencies
- Practice Teaching or Internship
- Practice Teaching/Internship Application
- Internship Handbook/Forms