M.A./Ed.S. in School Psychology
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M.A./Ed.S. in School Psychology

Starting this fall, Immaculata University is offering a 69-credit joint M.A. (33 credits) and Ed.S. (36 credits) degree in School Psychology.  The two programs are designed to be completed consecutively and as an integrated whole.  However, students who already hold an equivalent master’s degree may enter just the Ed.S. program. The combined program in School Psychology prepares students to function as school psychologists through...

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Psychology Professor Marie McGrath wins Lindback Award

At its 88th annual Commencement on May 20, Immaculata University presented the Lindback Award to Associate Professor of Graduate Psychology Marie McGrath, Ph.D. This award is given annually to a faculty member who demonstrates excellence in teaching. A member of the faculty since 2004, McGrath coordinates the Department of Graduate Psychology’s School Psychology Certification and Psy.D. in School Psychology programs, and she is a core...

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