School Psychology

The three-year School Psychology program includes twenty-four academic and field-based courses leading to the Master of Arts and Educational Specialist (M.A./Ed.S.) degrees. 

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M.A. / Ed.S. in School Psychology

The M.A./Ed.S. program in school psychology is offered by the Department of Education to prospective school psychologists. Experienced professionals who hold a graduate degree in a related field may apply for re-specialization in our Ed.S. only program.

School Psychologists have a vital responsibility in the nation's schools to promote mental health and secure quality education for all children. This program is geared toward research informed, school-based practice. It is fully approved by the National Association of School Psychologists and the Massachusetts department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Graduates are immediately eligible for both a state and national license as a School Psychologist. 

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Faculty

Steven Luz-Alterman
Senior Lecturer
Ph.D. , Adelphi University
Co-Director, School Psychology Program
Laura Rogers
Senior Lecturer
Ed.D. , Harvard University
Interim Director of Middle and Secondary Teacher Education
Silas Pinto
Senior Lecturer
Ph.D. , University of Rhode Island
Co-Director of the School Psychology Program
Erin Seaton
Lecturer
Ed.D. , Harvard Graduate School of Education
School Psychology

Application Deadline


Fall: January 15

Application Requirements


> Application fee
> Resume/CV
> Personal statement
> Official GRE required

- GRE scores are not required for current Tufts undergraduates and 2016 & 2017 Tufts undergraduate alumni

> Official TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable
> Transcripts
> Three letters of recommendation
> Interview required
> Supplemental essay
> Prerequisites

- Abnormal Psychology
- Child, Adolescent, or Lifespan Development
- Statistics, Research Methods, or Measurement in the social sciences
*An undergraduate major in Psychology satisfies all prerequisite course requirements

For more information, visit the Department of Education.

For questions about this program, including scholarships and assistantships, please contact the program co-directors, Senior Lecturer Steven Luz-Alterman

Department of Education
12 Upper Campus Road
Medford, MA 02155
Office: 617-627-2390