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Becoming a School Psychologist in North Carolina

Training required for School Psychologists

In North Carolina, in order to work in the schools as a school psychologist, one must have a degree (e.g., M.A., Ed.S., CAS or Ph.D.) in the field of school psychology specifically. There are five programs in NC offering different levels of degrees. They are:

School Psychology Programs in North Carolina

Licensure/Certification Information


EMPLOYMENT

Job Vacancies in NC Public Schools

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Salary Schedules in NC Public Schools click here:
While there is a state salary schedule, individual districts may offer a local supplement. Information about local supplements is available through the human resource departments of individual districts.

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