The School Psychology Rural Hybrid EdS program gives you the opportunity to take part in the practical experience, research opportunities and coursework you'll need to work with children of all developmental abilities, as well as their families within rural communities. The program is designed for those living in rural Colorado communities to pursue a graduate degree in school psychology while living and working within their communities. This program offers a hybrid modality with virtual coursework during the school year and in-person coursework offered for three weeks during each summer. Practical experience and rigorous coursework will help prepare you to solve problems and make decisions to support diverse students, families, and schools within your community.
After you complete your program and pass the Praxis II/National Association of School Psychologists licensing exam, you are eligible for Colorado Department of Education school psychologist license as well as the National Association of School Psychologists' national certification. Once completed, you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to help students of all backgrounds and developmental abilities grow and thrive.