School Psychology

LMU offers premier nationally accredited (NASP-approved) school psychology graduate programs for candidates residing in California with both online (statewide) and in-person (Los Angeles area) program options for students.  With its excellent reputation, the LMU School Psychology Program attracts highly qualified candidates from across the country who join us to develop the knowledge and skills to create safe, supportive schools that allow all students to excel academically, socially, and emotionally.

Program graduates earn the following:

  • Master of Arts (MA) degree in Educational Psychology
  • Education Specialist (EdS) degree in School Psychology
  • California Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential in School Psychology

Program graduates are also eligible for the following:

  • Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) upon passing the Praxis II exam
  • Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP) upon completing board requirements

These qualifications enable employment in a wide variety of schools and educational settings.

Program at a Glance
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Years to Complete the Program
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Partner Districts for Fieldwork

Program Highlights and Information

This video overview summarizes the key elements of our three-year, in-person, cohort program for prospective students.