Class 6 Specialist License: School Psychologist

Competency Review Board
Class 6 Specialist License: School Psychologist
Verification of Requirements
Full Name:
You must have completed one of the following
Current credentials as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) from the National Association of
School Psychologists
A minimum of a specialist level of training and graduate degree in School Psychology from a NASP approved School Psychology program.
A “specialist level” is defined by NASP as minimum of three years of full time graduate study (or the
equivalent) beyond the bachelor’s degree, involving at least 60 graduate semester or 90 graduate quarter
A Master’s degree or higher in school psychology or a related field from an accredited institution which
includes graduate coursework or course content with a minimum official transcript grade of B or better in
the following areas:
Review Board Fee
Initial Review Fee
Resubmission Review Fee
For official use only
Date Received
Submit this completed checklist together with official transcripts, relevant documentation and review fee (payable
to the Montana Association of School Psychologists) to:
Joelene Goodover, MASP Applicant Liaison, 803 Forest Avenue, Great Falls, MT 59404
June 2010
1. Individual intelligence testing
2. Academic assessment
3. Special education law and policy
4. Behavioral assessment and behavioral interventions
5. Exceptional children / child psychopathology
6. Child development
7. Instructional strategies / academic interventions
8. Social and emotional assessment
9. Individual / group counseling
10. Administration, role and function of the School Psychologist
11. Curriculum based measurement
12. Consultation and collaboration
13. Course work / content that includes at least one of the following:
a. Tests and measurement / psychometrics
b. Research design
c. Statistics
14. Cultural diversity
15. Documentation of a supervised School Psychology internship that meets NASP
Additional documentation — You must check one (1) of the following:
Documentation, including reviews, of a professionally Supervised Experience Plan applied in a school setting and supervised by a Class 6 School Psychologist during the period in which the applicant held a Class 5
Alternative License
Applicants who have NOT previously held a Montana Class 5 Alternative License should provide documentation of a completed one year supervised internship as a School Psychologist