Is your goal to have a career that helps meet the educational and mental health needs of students and families? Our Child, Family and School Psychology (CFSP) program in the Department of Teaching and Learning Sciences will provide you with the knowledge and skills relevant for collaboration with diverse families, students, educators and professionals within a rapidly changing global society.
Based on a strong understanding of the interrelationship between environmental, neurobiological and cultural influences on development, you will be prepared to solve problems and share decision-making with others to optimize social-emotional, cognitive, academic and behavioral outcomes for typically and atypically developing children from birth to age 21.
Our goal is to help you become a highly competent, collaborative, ethical and self-reflective scientist-practitioner as you work on behalf of individuals, families, schools and communities.
Our Program offerings include:
- Master Of Arts In Child, Family And School Psychology
- Ed.S In Child, Family And School Psychology
- PhD In Child, Family And School Psychology
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