UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Required Courses, 32 credits:
SPSY 722 School Safety & Crisis Response, 3 credits
SPSY 712 Early Childhood Assessment & Intervention, 3 credits
SPSY 740 Legal and Ethical Issues in School Psychology, 3 credits
SPSY 742 School-Based Advocacy & Public Policy, 1 credits
SPSY 769 School Consultation & Collaboration, 3 credits
SPSY 771 Practicum I: Comprehensive School Psychology Practice, 4 credits
SPSY 772 Practicum II: Comprehensive School Psychology Practice, 4 credits
SPSY 775 Internship in School Psychology I, 5 credits
SPSY 776 Internship in School Psychology II, 5 credits
SPSY 798 Independent Research, 1 credit
Candidates are eligible for full licensure upon completion of the 34-credit Master of Science in Education (M.S.E.) degree and the 32-credit Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree, for a total of 66 graduate credits.
Wisconsin and Minnesota require that applicants for teacher certification, including school psychology, submit fingerprints with the certification application. In addition, criminal background checks are required.