Student Learning Outcomes – School Psychology Master’s Program with Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential

Coursework for the California School of Education’s Master’s in School Psychology with PPS Credential program assures that each candidate has knowledge and displays leadership in the following areas:

  • Professional Skills – Ability to administer, score and interpret psycho-educational assessment and intervention techniques/modalities, and mastery of the application of these psycho-educational assessment and intervention modalities
  • Professional Roles – Ability to engage in the diverse roles associated with being a school psychologist within a school district
  • Applied Research – Ability to apply research and engage in program development and evaluation, as well as being a catalyst for educational action research endeavors
  • Professional Concepts – Demonstrated foundational knowledge in applied educational psychology, special education laws, ethical standards and behavior, and with ethnically and culturally diverse populations