field who want to become employed as a school psychologist. It is designed to comply with the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) standards for certification. Combination of prerequisite Master’s degree credits and Ed.S. credits equal 63 total credits, not including internship credits. Prospective students meet with the Program Director in order to complete a thorough transcript analysis to ensure adherence with NHDOE requirements for certification. Students who did not complete the 33 prerequisite credits in their Master’s program will need to take prerequisite courses in addition to the required Ed.S. courses. Students interested in earning the Ed.S. in School Psychology who do not currently hold a Master’s degree should enroll in the M.Ed. Program in Educational Studies for Counseling and School Psychology Concentration. Upon completion of that the M.Ed. degree, they should then apply for admission into the Ed.S. Program in School Psychology.