The School Psychology Program (SPP) at the University of Florida prepares school psychologists as scientist-practitioners who, through their services, promote the psychological and academic development of children and youth.
Education Specialist (EdS) training consists of 72 graduate credit hours, including a year-long internship, and leads to the EdS degree. The SPP specialist program is fully accredited by the Florida Department of Education and is approved as a “Nationally Recognized” Program by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
Graduates of this program are employed to provide psychological services in schools and other service delivery settings as a certified school psychologist.
For more information about this program, please contact the program director, Dr. John Kranzler.