School Psychology EdS

Learn how to make a lasting difference in children's lives and positively impact their future success by earning your EdS in School Psychology.

What You'll Study

In the School Psychology program, you'll work directly with children to assess, evaluate and support their individual learning needs with prevention and intervention strategies. School psychologists partner with family members, teachers and other professionals to address emotional, social, behavioral and academic issues.

The program emphasizes five core areas:

  1. Dynamic assessment
  2. Consultation and response to intervention
  3. Counseling
  4. Low- and high-incidence disabilities
  5. Role and function of the school psychologist

Your courses will provide you with mastery of skills, values, methods of inquiry and applied clinical experiences. This program is designed with a unique emphasis in low-incidence disabilities. You'll study the current advances in the field of school psychology and education with the most current technology in the field.


  • School Psychology EdS

    Full completion of the program includes earning a Master of Education in Intervention Services and an EdS in School Psychology.

    You'll complete the program in three years:

    • Year One includes core foundational courses toward the MEd.
    • Year Two focuses on core school psychology courses (residency year).
    • Year Three includes a paid internship in a school setting.

    There are practicum experiences throughout all three years.

    Course Listing

Internships and Jobs


  • Ashtabula City Schools
  • Columbiana County Educational Service Center
  • Mahoning County Educational Service Center
  • Mercer County Behavior Health Commission
  • Warren City Schools
  • Youngstown City Schools


  • Ashtabula County Educational Service Center
  • Columbiana County Educational Service Center
  • Columbus City Schools
  • Jefferson County Educational Service Center
  • Mahoning County Educational Service Center
  • Warrensville Heights Local Schools
  • Youngstown City Schools

One More Thing

I chose this program because it offers a specialization in low-incidence disabilities. This distinction makes the YSU program unique, as it is one of the few programs nationally that offers the focus.”

School Psychology Student