Master of Arts in School Psychology
Employment Outcomes for Social and Behavioral Sciences Graduate Students
In a recent survey of all graduate-level students enrolled in degree programs through Marist's School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 92% indicated they were employed full-time in the area of their degree, 2% indicated they were enrolled in further education full-time (doctoral program or additional coursework), and 6% indicated they were employed while continuing to further their education. The list below contains known employment locations and job titles for recent graduates of Marist's Master's degree in School Psychology.
- Commack Public Schools
- Cortland Junior-Senior High School
- Enlarged City School District of Middletown
- Four Winds Hospital
- Inspire- Orange County Cerebral Palsy Association
*a small sample of employers from the prior year
- School Psychologist (grades k-12)
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Paul Vespo, MA '19
Why did you choose to pursue your graduate degree at Marist?
My deep interest in psychology and human development guided me in my academic journey. I resonated to Marist College’s objective to teach school psychology students to be experts in psychological assessment, counseling, and educational consultation - the various roles a school psychologist must perform to be effective. Based on these respectable standards, I believed that Marist College would prepare me the best for becoming a school psychologist. In addition, the school psychology professors are phenomenal.
Read more about Paul's experience in his Red Fox Spotlight interview!