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Western Kentucky University

Department of Psychology

Specialist in Education: School Psychology

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On internship with supervisor.
A School Psychology student works with a child.
Internship meeting.
Students and Dr. Myers present at the National Association of School Psychologists
School graduate students on internship meet with school personnel.
School Psychology graduate students "bond" on the steps.
The School Psychology Graduate Students
School Psychology Awareness Week Bake Sale 2013
School Psychology Awareness Week Bake Sale 2013
Dr. Elizabeth Jones and school psychology student Sean Reeder present a poster at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
School Psychology faculty and student "network" with famous names at the NASP conference in Washington.
School psychology student Sean Reeder explains his research to an attendee at NASP.
School psychology students at the NASP conference
Clinical and school faculty meet with community groups to explore additional graduate options.
Lauren Martin is a graduate of our School Psychology Ed.S. program and is currently employed as a school psychologist for the Warren County Schools. Lauren defended her dissertation March 27, 2014.

Application Procedure

"This program allows me to participate
in activities that I find interesting." --program graduate

Individuals seeking admission must obtain application materials from the psychology department (see link below). Applications for admission should be returned by March 1st. Late applications (even through summer) will be considered only if space permits. There will be a Graduate School Application, a Psychology Department Application, a Graduate Assistantship application form, a Letter of Recommendation form and an Affidavit Form. A personal statement and three letters of recommendation are also required. Graduates of accredited institutions must submit one official transcript indicating the completed degree. The transcript must be forwarded from the applicant's college or university registrar directly to the Graduate School. Applicants who have not yet completed their undergraduate degree are to submit one official transcript at the time of application and one official transcript after the degree is completed.

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 Last Modified 9/25/14