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Advanced Programs for Teachers

School Psychology

9.10 State Standards
State standards reflect the standards set by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Minot State is accredited by NASP and documentation will be provided during the visit.

Education Specialist Degree requires 72 hours minimum Credits are in semester hours.

First Year
Fall
PSY 503 Statistics (3)
PSY 511 Human Growth and Development (3)
PSY 518 Child Psychopathology (3)
PSY 525 Role and Function of the School Psychologist (3) Total 12 semester hours

Spring
PSY 512 Research Design and Measurement (3)
PSY 513 Research Seminar (2)
PSY 514 Individual Cognitive Assessment (4)
PSY 533 Social and Behavioral Interventions in School (3)
SPED 561 Behavior Problems of Exceptional Children (3) Total 15 semester hours

Summer
CD 557 Central Auditory Processing Disorders (2)
ED 540/541 Reading: Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation (3)
PSY 590 Counseling Skills (3) Total 8 semester hours

Second Year
Fall
PSY 516 Assessment of Preschool Children (3)
PSY 584 School Psychology Practicum I (3)
SPED 542 Methods and Materials of Teaching the Developmentally Disabled (3)
SPED 550 Special Education Assessment (2)
SPED 533 Clinic Practice (1) Total 12 semester hours

Spring
PSY 517 Psychopathology (3)
PSY 585 School Psychology Practicum II (3)
SPED 572 Methods of Teaching the Learning Disabled (3)
CD 521 Speech & Language Development & Disorders (4) Total 13 semester hours

Third Year
Fall
PSY 598 Internship (6)
Spring
PSY 599 Internship (6)