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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Doctor of Psychology Curriculum

Page address: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/psych/psyd/curriculum/

Professional Experiences
19 credit minimum for category, 8 credit minimum for Internship.

PSYC 702

Field Experience I

1

PSYC 760

Advanced Doctoral Practicum I

2

PSYC 795

Internship

2-8

PSYC 750

School Psychology Practicum I

3

PSYC 751

School Psychology Practicum II

3

Choose 2 credit(s):

PSYC 761

Advanced Doctoral Practicum II

2

PSYC 762

*Advanced Doctoral Practicum II (Intl)

2

Diversity and Disability
7 credits minimum

SPED 605

Intro to the Psychology and Education of Exceptional Children and Youth

3

PSYC 737

Multicultural School Psychology

4

Psych/Ed Foundations
17 credits minimum

PSYC 689

Standards and Ethics

3

PSYC 701

Principles and Practices of School Psychology

4

PSYC 776

Pediatric Neuropsychology

4

SPED 661

Special Education Law

3

Choose 3-4 credit(s):

KSP 605

Introduction to the Learner and Learning

3

PSYC 533

Child Psychology

4

PSYC 536

Adolescent Psychology

4

Assessment
19 credits minimum

PSYC 683

Behavioral Assessment

4

PSYC 710

Cognitive Assessment

4

PSYC 720

Academic Problem Solving

4

PSYC 770

Child Mental Health: Assessment to Intervention

3

PSYC 705

Tests and Measures in Education

4

Intervention/Prevention
15 credits minimum

PSYC 682

Child Psychopathology

3

PSYC 725

Consultation and Prevention

4

PSYC 740

Systems-Level Support and Evaluation

4

PSYC 775

Behavioral Interventions

4

Research
24 credits minimum, PSYC 780 must be taken twice for 4 credits total, 8 credits minimum of PSYC 799 Dissertation

PSYC 610

Research Design & Statistics

4

PSYC 613

Behavioral Research Methodology

4

PSYC 618

Multivariate Analysis

4

PSYC 780

Research in School Psychology

2

PSYC 799

Dissertation

1-8


Unrestricted Electives

Electives
Choose 4-5 credit(s):
Advisor approval required before electives count toward degree, PSYC 516 or 514 are strongly recommended for those who would like to pursue Board of Psychology licensure

Any Discipline 500-799

• Electives must be 500, 600, or 700 Level courses