Students enrolled in Argosy University's Master of Arts in School Psychology program have the opportunity to study the social, cultural, and individual issues related to educational psychology today. The program is designed to teach students fundamental, behavioral, cultural, and ethical concepts associated with the field as well as the research methods and assessment strategies used to study student performance and development.
Total Credits Required: 62 credits
Financial Aid Available:
Financial aid is available to qualifying students. Aid opportunities include federal financial aid programs, such as Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and PLUS, as well as veterans benefits programs.
Post-Graduation Opportunities Career Paths:
Graduates of Argosy University's Master of Arts in School Psychology program may pursue entry-level positions in schools, colleges, universities and other educational organizations. They may work in areas of counseling and administration.
Jobs graduates can pursue include:
- Academic counselor
- College admissions counselor
- Child psychologist
- Guidance counselor