Education Specialist in School Psychology (Ed.S.)
Priority Application Deadline
June 30, 2023
Fall Term Begins
October 2, 2023
School psychologists play a critical role in the education community, providing vital counseling, assessment and intervention services aimed at helping students succeed in their academic journeys so they can contribute to a healthy and engaging learning environment.
The Ed.S. in School Psychology at Chaminade offers an innovative and real-world curriculum that focuses on preparing you to meet the holistic needs of PK-12 students.
The Ed.S. in School Psychology program is funded by the Hawaii Department of Education (tuition, textbooks and fees are covered).
(synchronous & asynchronous)
60 total credit hours
(includes school psychologist internship)
Finish in 36 months
Cohort-based program design
Tuition, textbooks and fees are covered by the Hawaii DOE
Personalized support from faculty
Let us tell you more.
Darren Iwamoto, Ed.D.
Chaminade University of Honolulu is accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission.
Our faculty members are leaders in their fields. They believe in the power of personal experience—stressing mentorship, collaboration and project-based learning inside and outside the classroom.