SSP-School Psychology (SSP-SCPY)
The School Psychology program at Texas A&M University-Commerce prepares students for attainment of a Specialist in School Psychology (SSP) degree. The current specialist degree program is consistent with the requirements published by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists for the Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP). Upon completion of the 66 hour degree program, graduates are eligible for licensure in the state of Texas as a LSSP and certification at the national level as a NCSP. The 66 hour degree program includes 6 hours of practicum and 6 hours of internship. The remaining 54 academic course hours are in the content areas of psychological foundations, research and statistics, educational foundations, assessment, intervention, and professional and legal issues.
Statement of Goals
The Specialist in School Psychology has admission consideration for only one cohort per year. The cohort starts in the Fall semester.
Statement of Goals Requirements:
Submit responses for Statement of Goals questions. Each applicant is required to submit an answer to each of the following questions in 500 words or less.
College of Education and Human Services
Dr. Jennifer Schroeder