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Fort Hays State University
600 Allan Park Street
Martin Allen Hall 102
Phone: 785-628-4405
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Graduate Program in School Psychology

The graduate program in school psychology at Fort Hays State University has a long history of preparing students for entry into the profession of school psychology with 66 hours of course work - completing the Master's program (30 hours) and continuing into the Education Specialist in School Psychology program (36 hours). Upon completion of the Education Specialist program you will be eligible for licensure as a school psychologist in Kansas as well as other states, as you complete a supervised internship of 1,200 hours. 

We have four different versions of the school psychology program, including a virtual program, accelerated program for qualified students, a traditional on-campus program, and a respecialization track for Kansas residents. Please select hte option you are most interested in pursuing from the buttons above. 

MS Admission Requirements

MS Admissions Criteria

Application Process

  1. Go to the FHSU Graduate School website and begin an application
  2. The Department of Psychology requires the following list of documents. You may want to print this list for future reference.
    • Official GRE General or MAT score from the past five years send to the FHSU Graduate School. We do not have a minimum requirement.
    • Two professional letters of recommendation
    • Statement of intent, including career goals and your interest in the program
    • Transcripts from your undergraduate program
    • A completed interview questionnaire

Note. All students admitted to the School Psychology Program will be required to provide documentation of passing a background check prior to enrolling in coursework.

Program Handbook

For more in-depth information, please refer to our program handbook.

Interested in the Program?

Contact Jessica Feldhausen, Director of the School Psychology Program

Jessica Feldhausen

Jessica Feldhausen



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