Psychoeducational Needs of Immigrant and Refugee Youth
2016-2017 GRADUATE STUDIES CATALOG
Effective 1 June 2016 through 31 May 2017
Please see the Graduate Catalog Archives for PDF versions of past catalogs.
This program offered by School of Education
This 12-hour professional development certificate is designed for graduate students who are teachers of English language learners, school psychologists, school social workers, school counselors, or other educators and mental health professionals who work with immigrant and refugee populations. The certificate is available in both face-to-face and online formats in order to provide greater learning opportunities, especially for graduate students from outside the United States. Qualified graduate students may be able to apply this 12-hour graduate certificate to the 24-hour sequential MA in applied educational psychology or the 36-hour MA in applied educational psychology or another graduate degree.
This program is offered online and at the St. Louis home campus.
Select any four of these six courses:
- EPSY 5350 lntercultural Communications (3 hours)
- EPSY 5816 Advanced Child Development (3 hours)
- EPSY 5991 Issues in Assessment: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (3 hours)
- EPSY 5490 Seminars in Immigrant and Refugee Experiences (3 hours)
- EPSY 5510 Psychosocial Aspects of Migration (3 hours)
- EPSY 5380 Multicultural Counseling (3 hours)
Students who are interested in applying to this program should also see the Admission Section found in the front of this catalog for general requirements.
Send all required admission materials to:
Office of Admission
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
Completed application files will be reviewed by the Multidisciplinary Studies Department.