Tennessee State University Overview

The school psychology doctoral program provides advanced training to work as a professional psychologist in schools and other settings. The program utilizes an ecological-contextual orientation in working with children, schools and families. The doctoral concentration in School psychology requires a minimum of sixty-six (63) semester hours. These hours include core courses in education, psychology, guided specialty electives, practicum and dissertation.

Training Programs at Tennessee State University

  • EDCI 6300 Multi -cultural Education
  • PSYC 6130 Social Bases of Behavior
  • PSYC 6430 History & Systems of Psychology
  • PSYC 6900 Role and Function of the School Psychologist
  • PSYC 7050 Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology
  • PSYC 7136 Statistics & Computer Application
  • PSYC 7137 Advanced Statistics & Research Methods
  • PSYC 7150 Change Processes – Theory, Research & Efficacy
  • PSYC 7160 Pre -Practicum
  • PSYC 7255 Psychopathology
  • PSYC 7256 Assessment of Psychopathology
  • PSYC 7260 Practicum
  • PSYC 7465 Doctoral Practicum in School Psychology
  • PSYC 7466 Doctoral Practicum in School Psychology
  • PSYC 7555 Individuals: Assessment, Theory & Intervention
  • PSYC 7557 Supervision: Assessment, Theory, & Intervention
  • PSYC 7535 Consultation and Program Evaluation
  • PSYC 7730 Qualitative Research
  • PSYC 7710 Psychoeducational Assessment
  • PSYC 8110 Dissertation

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Nashville, TN