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MA in School Psychology Tuition
Tuition and fees for the program are computed on a per credit basis. The total tuition and fee costs to attend the MA in School Psychology program are as follows:
|Cost per credit hour||$800|
|Cost per course||$2,400|
|Estimated Program Cost (68 credit hours)*||$49,600|
Costs presented above are based on the 2017-2018 tuition and fee schedule. Tuition and fees are subject to change.
*A limited number of graduate assistantships are available for the MA in School Psychology program. Candidates should apply for these positions during the program application process.
Graduate Assistantship Opportunities
Graduate Assistantships are awarded to a select number of full-time students who have demonstrated a strong academic record. A graduate assistantship is an award valued at up to $4,500 per year in the form of a tuition waiver and stipend. Graduate assistants work 10 hours per week with faculty in the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences and perform duties such as assisting with research projects, teaching, coordination of program activities, and related work. Such experience is a particular advantage for students who intend to pursue admission to doctoral programs in counseling or clinical psychology. In recent years, assistants have co-presented research with faculty at various psychology conferences. Additional funds are available to support student research and presentations. The application for a graduate assistantship should accompany the program application.
Apply for the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Assistantship at our Document Submission Portal. Click on Directory, and scroll down to find the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Assistantship. You will be asked to indicate areas of research which interest you. Explore Marist professors' research at the following links:
School Psychology Faculty and School Psychology Research
Mental Health Counseling Faculty
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