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First Year (Spring) (14 credits)PSY 502 Introduction to School-Clinical Child Psychology II 0PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 703 Psychological Assessment I 4PSY 703A Practicum: Limiting Bias in Bilingual Assessment 1PSY 710 Psychopathology in Childhood and Adolescence 3PSY 722 Counseling Theory and Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Techniques 3PSY 727 Learning Disabilities-Diagnosis and Remediation: Theory and Practice 3At the end of the first year, students are required to take the Qualifying Examination. Students must pass the examination in order to proceed to the second year of study. Students are allowed to take the Qualifying Examination a maximum of two times.First Year (Summer) (7 credits)PSY 867 Multicultural/Gender Issues 3SPE 640 Communication and Language and the Bilingual Child in the Classroom 1SPE 641 Bilingual Language Development and Disorders 3Second Year (Fall) (15 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 701 The School: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 707 Psychological Assessment II 4PSY 715 Statistics and Research Design I 4PSY 709A Practicum: Counseling the Culturally Different 1PSY 737 Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy 3Second Year (Spring) (13 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 702 The School: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 712 Advanced Physiological Psychology 3PSY 713 Psychological Assessment III 4PSY 723 Advanced Social Psychology 3Second Year (Summer) (3 credits)PSY 720 Integrating Seminar 3At the end of the second year, upon completion of at least 42-graduate credit hours in the program, students are eligible for the New York State Psychology Internship Certificate. Note: Candidates who want New Jersey school psychology certification should contact the program director. Before students are enrolled in the Bilingual School Psychology internship, they must pass a language proficiency examination and demonstrate that they are capable of providing psychological services to bilingual populations in their native language.Third Year (Fall) (10 credits)PSY 509 Practicum 0PSY 750A Bilingual School Psychology I: Internship, Ethics and Seminar 4PSY 734 Consultation 3PSY 759 Early Childhood and Infant Assessment 3Third Year (Spring) (4 credits)PSY 509 Practicum 0PSY 751A Bilingual School Psychology II: Internship, Ethics, and Seminar 4Total Credits: 78*There are changes anticipated in the MSEd in School Psychology Bilingual Specialization, primarily regarding field work requirements. Check with the program director regarding current requirements in the MSEd in Bilingual School Psychology program.Second Year (Fall) (14 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 701 The School: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 707 Psychological Assessment II 4PSY 715 Statistics and Research Design I 4PSY 737 Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy 3Second Year (Spring) (13 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0EDU 702 The Exceptional Child: Field Experience and Seminar 3PSY 712 Advanced Physiological Psychology 3PSY 713 Psychological Assessment III 4PSY 723 Advanced Social Psychology 3At the end of the second year, upon completion of at least 42-graduate credit hours in the program, students are eligible for the New York State School Psychology Internship Certificate.Second Year (Summer) (3 credits)PSY 720 Integrating Seminar 3Third Year (Fall) (10 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 734 Consultation 3PSY 759 Early Childhood and Infant Assessment 3PSY 750 School Psychology I: Internship, Ethics and Seminar 4Third Year (Spring) (4 credits)PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 751 School Psychology II: Internship, Ethics and Seminar 4Total Credits: 69All MSEd students are required to complete a 1,200-clock-hour school psychology in-ternship. A minimum of 600 clock-hours must be completed in a school setting with a minimum of two full days per week over 20 weeks per semester.The MSEd program has the school psychology internship as its final culminating experi-ence. To enhance this experience, students enroll in PSY 734 (Consultation) and PSY 759 (Early Childhood and Infant Assessment) early in their internship (fall). These courses facilitate integration of prior learning and broaden the final internship field experience.Note: Candidates who want New Jersey school psychology certification should consult the program director.Master of Science in Education School Psychology Bilingual Specialization (78 credits total)*In addition to the MSEd in School Psychology prerequisites, students in the bilingual program are also required to complete EDU 134 (Foundations of Bilingual Education or its equivalent.)Degree Requirements First Year (Fall) (12 credits) PSY 501 Introduction to School-Clinical Child Psychology 0PSY 509 Practicum A, B, C, or D 0PSY 704 Advanced Developmental Psychology 3PSY 717 The Psychology of Learning: Theory and Applications 3PSY 721 Tests and Measurements 3PSY 725 Advanced Personality Theories 3New York City24 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs

Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in School-Clinical Child Psychology* Prerequisites Bachelor's degree; background preparation in abnormal psychol-ogy, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, general psychology, learning, personality theory, and statistics; as well as courses or demonstrated competencies in educational problems and principles, and curriculum development or methods of teach-ing and instruction. Students need to have all psychology pre-requisites completed prior to entering the program; however, it is possible for students to complete education program prerequisites after program admission.Curriculum 69 credit hours of the first three years of study in the doctoral pro-gram generally correspond to the MSEd in School Psychology at Pace University. Students must first complete a master's degree in school psychology or have been awarded state or national school psychology certification prior to receiving the doctoral degree in school-clinical child psychology. Students may enter the program with graduate work from other institutions; the prior graduate work is evaluated for transfer credit on a course-by-course basis after acceptance into the doctoral program. Residency Requirements A minimum of three years of residency at Pace is required, includ-ing one year of full-time study.Internship Requirements Doctoral students are required to complete a minimum of 1,750 hours of distributed internship before proceeding to a full-time (one- or two-year) internship. Students may choose different options for allocating the number of hours devoted to training in school and clinical-child settings, and should consult their faculty adviser and the director of field training in order to develop an optimal training program. The PsyD in School-Clinical Psychology is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) as a combined school-clinical program. The APA Committee on Accreditation is located at APA, 750 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, (202) 336-5979.New York CityDoctoral Project The doctoral project is a scholarly undertaking in the area of school-clinical child psychology and may be in the form of original research, a program evaluation, or another project of a scholarly nature approved by the student's doctoral project adviser and consultant. The student initially develops a project with the consent of his or her project adviser and consultant; the project proposal is presented during the doctoral seminar. Upon completion of the project and approval by the doctoral project adviser and consultant, the student makes a final presentation in the doctoral colloquium. After making the two presentations, completing the written project, and receiving approval from the adviser and consultant, students will have satis-fied the doctoral project requirements in the school-clinical child psychology doctoral program.For further information, contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at Pace University, One Pace Plaza, New York, New York, 10038; (212) 346-1531. For specific questions, call the Psychology Depart-ment (212) 346-1506. For complete program description, including academic standing, dismissal regulations, practicum requirments, professional and ethical conduct, program goals, practicum re-quirements, regulations, professional and ethical conduct, academic policies and more, please consult the Psychology Department Graduate Program Catalog. *The program requirements may be modified, including the total number of credit hours required. Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs 25