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Educational Specialist (EdS) in School Psychology University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee



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Course info


The Educational Specialist (EdS) program in School Psychology will prepare you to work as a school psychologist and leads to certification from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Based on a scientist-practitioner model and coursework in educational psychology and complementary disciplines, our program emphasizes a concrete link between theory, research and practice through core applied courses and supervised practical and internships.

Degree Requirements

The program requires a minimum of 60 graduate credits beyond the bachelor’s degree. The maximum required credits range from 60-69 credits depending on students’ prior coursework. Students typically take classes related to the major roles and functions of school psychologists in intervention, consultation and assessment, as well as foundational courses in related disciplines (measurement, development, family ecology, counseling, statistics) and education. Students are encouraged to conduct research, evaluate programs and to empirically evaluate the efficacy of their practice in the areas of prevention, intervention and consultation. Candidates must be available to complete a 600-hour practica over their second academic year and to complete an internship of 1,200 hours (which is typically a paid position as a school psychologist).

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Educational Specialist (EdS) in School Psychology.

Full Time (60 credit hours)

Tuition fees

$25,876.00 (18,96,695) per year

*Price shown is for indicative purpose, please check with institution




School of Education

Enderis Hall,

2400 E. Hartford Ave.,



53211, United States

Entry requirement for international students

A baccalaureate degree, or its equivalent as determined by the UWM Center on International Education, from a regionally accredited institution.

A minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale, or an equivalent measure on a grading system that does not use a 4.0 scale.

Official TOEFL** (Test of English as a Foreign Language) results with a minimum required score of 79 on the Internet-based TOEFL (IBT) and a minimum recommended sub-score of 18 in each skill).

Official IELTS** (International English Language Testing System) results with a minimum required score of 6.5, with a minimum recommended sub-score of 6.0 in each skill.

Official CAE** (Cambridge English: Advanced, aka Certificate of Advanced English) or CPE** (Cambridge English: Proficiency, aka Certificate of Proficiency in English) results with a minimum required level of C1 and a minimum recommended score of 170 on any given language skill test.

Official scores from another test deemed by UWM to be reliably equivalent to a C1 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR). Procedures for determining CEFR equivalents are outlined in Appendix A.

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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