Child, Family, and School Psychology Education Specialist Degree
The Child, Family, and School Psychology Education Specialist (Ed.S.) degree program is accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
The School Psychology Generalist (Ed.S.-G) prepares professionals in all aspects of School Psychology services to work
with children and families from birth to age 21 in school or community settings.
All graduates of the Ed.S. program are eligible for a Colorado Department of Education license in School Psychology and the National Association of School Psychologist's National Certification (NCSP) after the successful completion of all coursework and passing the Praxis II/National Association of School Psychology licensing exam. The Ed.S. Generalist track requires a minimum of 90 quarter-hours. Average time to completion is two years of coursework during fall, winter, spring, and summer quarters and a third year 1,200 clock-hour internship with a 6-year time limit.
To speak to someone about the Child, Family, and School Psychology Program, please call or email our Admissions Office at 303-871-2509 or 1-800-835-1607, email@example.com.