School Psychology, Ed.S.

UA Chandler (Phoenix)
Chandler faculty group photo

The School Psychology, Ed.S., program at UA Chandler offers courses in a convenient venue in downtown Chandler, Arizona that has newly renovated classrooms, abundant free parking, and easy freeway access. The University of Arizona has a strong array of seasoned practicing school psychologists from the Phoenix-metropolitan area to provide instruction in courses that parallel those traditionally offered in Tucson. Additionally, the Chandler Ed.S. program has a non-traditional schedule. Students begin the program in the fall of Year 1 and only take two courses (6 credits) and again only take two courses (6 credits) in the spring. These courses are offered in the evening and allow students the flexibility to maintain outside employment. During Year 2 students are participating in the program full-time, including summers. Year 3 is the final year of the program and students spend it completing a full-time internship with a school district. Most students are hired for paid internships this final year.

Additional information on this program is available from Chandler Program Director Marsha Spencer: