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SPSY 502 Introduction to School Psychology I

Content: Overview of the history, systems, roles, and functions of school psychologists. Readings in contemporary issues and historical events provide the foundation for graduate preparation in school psychology. Students observe the work of school psychologists and discuss the profession in a seminar format. This course is a practicum in school-based systems, and includes overviews of the theories and practices for school-based emotional, behavioral, social, and academic change.
Prerequisites: None.
Restrictions: Admission to School Psychology Program.
Credits: 3 semester hours.