When you complete your studies at Ball State, the opportunities are many, depending solely on your passion, as well as the level and type of education you choose.
For example, earn a PhD in school psychology and you can find meaningful work helping people of all ages in school, private practice, mental health, hospital, or academic settings. A specialist in education (EdS) degree in school psychology also can lead to state licensure in the field, and a master’s degree will send you into the world with new abilities in assessment, consultation, intervention, and prevention.
A master’s in educational psychology or certification in the needs of high-ability students can open the door to a highly rewarding career helping gifted students meet their potential and overcome their unique challenges. A PhD in educational psychology can lead to a rich career of scholarly research that can make a real difference across the educational spectrum.
As one of the many alumni of Teachers College, you’ll be plugged into valuable networking and opportunities for further growth. And you’ll gain access to the many connections and benefits afforded to all Ball State alumni.
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