Master of Arts in School Psychology

MA in School Psychology

NASP-Approved M.A. in School Psychology: The Personal Choice for Your Professional Journey

Did you know that U.S. News & World Report has ranked school psychology as the #2 Best Social Service Job and #36 out of 100 Best Jobs overall for 2020? If you're interested in starting your career in this rewarding and exciting field, Marist's program offers on-campus courses, professional field experiences in school districts, and leads to New York State Education Department (NYSED) certification as a School Psychologist. 

Marist MA in School Psychology NASP ApprovedDistinctions of the Marist MA in School Psychology Program

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Julissa Marcano MA '19

Julissa Marcano, M.A. in School Psychology Class of 2019. Why did you choose to pursue your graduate degree at Marist? 
The cohorts are small and this is important because it gives me the opportunity to establish relationships with faculty and candidates. The faculty is another reason why I chose Marist. Most of the professors have past experience as working school psychologists where they relate the real experience to what we are learning in class. They also have a passion for school psychology and bettering the lives of children as a whole, which make learning exciting. The professors are involved and willing to help and work on research projects that further our professional development.   
Read more about Julissa's experience in her Red Fox Spotlight interview!