Online Master’s in School Psychology: Compare Programs
- create safe, supportive learning environments for diverse learners;
- address the mental health needs of students;
- improve the overall academic performance of the student body and
- provide counseling, crisis intervention, behavioral support and much more.
Online Master’s and EdS Programs in School Psychology
|University and Program Name||Format||Number of Credits||Degree Type||Enrollment Type|
|California Coast University Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||66||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Capella University Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology||Online||36-50||Masters||Full-Time|
|Eastern Michigan University Master of Arts in Educational Psychology||Online||30||Master’s||Full-Time|
|East Stroudsburg University Master of Education, Applied Behavioral Analysis||Online||18||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Northcentral University Master of Science in Educational Psychology||Online||30||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Oklahoma State University Master of Science in Educational Psychology||Online||36||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Regent University Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||61||Doctorate||Full-Time|
|Regent University Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology||Online||67||Doctorate||Full-Time|
|Saint Joseph's University Master of Psychology with an Applied Behavior Analysis Certification||Online||24||Master’s||Full-Time and Part-Time|
|Texas A&M University Master of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||36||Master’s||Full-Time|
|The Chicago School Doctorate of Education in Educational Psychology and Technology||Online||N/A||Doctorate||Full-Time|
|The University of Alabama Master of Arts in Educational Psychology – Learning and Assessment||Online||30||Master’s||Full-Time|
|The University of Georgia Master of Education/Arts in Educational Psychology||Online||30-37||Masters||Full-Time|
|The University of Memphis Master of Science in Educational Psychology||Online||30||Master’s||Full-Time|
|The University of Missouri Master of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||33||Master’s||Full-Time|
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Master of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||32||Masters||Full-Time|
|University of Tennessee at Knoxville Master of Science in Educational Psychology||Online||36||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Touro University Master of Arts in Psychology||Online||36||Master’s||Full-Time|
|University of Nevada at Las Vegas Master of Science in Educational Psychology||Online||33||Master’s||Full-Time|
|University of North Texas at Dallas Master of Science in Educational Psychology – Research and Evaluation||Online||33||Master’s||Full-Time|
|University of Southern Maine Master’s in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis||Online||+30||Master’s||Full-Time|
|University of West Alabama Master of Science in Experimental Psychology||Online||36-54||Master’s||Full-Time|
|Wichita State University Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology||Online||55||Master’s||Full-Time|
What Is School Psychology?
What Does a School Psychologist Do?
What’s the Difference Between School Psychology, Educational Psychology and School Counseling?
School Psychology Admission Requirements
Master’s Degree vs. EdS vs. PhD
How to Choose a Degree in School Psychology
Why Get an Online Master’s in School Psychology?
According to the NASP, it typically takes two years of full-time study at the graduate level to obtain a master’s in school psychology. Generally, such programs do not require an internship.
According to the NASP, an EdS in school psychology typically takes three years of full-time, graduate study. This includes completing a 1,200-hour internship over one year. A PhD typically takes five to six years of full-time study and 1,200 to 1,500 full-time internship hours over one year.
As of May 2021, the median annual salary for school psychologists was $78,780 was $81,040, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Different industries and settings may pay more or less than median salaries. For example, those working in elementary and secondary school settings earned a median annual salary of $78,830.
Many school psychologists work in K–12 public schools. They also provide services in other educational institutions, such as private schools, preschools, universities and colleges, independent private practices and mental health and juvenile justice centers.
School psychologists help create a supportive learning environment for the student, inside and outside the classroom, the NASP says. This includes partnerships with students and their families, teachers, other educators, and the community-at-large.