Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
Training the Next Generation of Practitioners and Scholars
Preparing tomorrow’s practitioners and scholars to make a positive impact on the profession and the community, the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University–New Brunswick provides the clinical training and assessment skills needed for a career in psychology. Study with distinguished, research-oriented faculty and gain the skills and experience you need to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families, and within organizations.
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Developing outstanding leaders and practitioners to advance the field of professional psychology
Spotlight: Graduate Certificate in MTSS
Multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) is a framework for providing interventions that are tailored to student learning or behavioral needs, and using data to inform decision making and organize resources.
Now, more than ever, students approach school with vastly different learning and behavioral needs. This program equips teachers and other professionals and specialists in school settings with the knowledge and tools to help them identify students’ learning needs, and implement evidence-based practices closely linked to those needs.
Rigorous. Thorough. Rewarding.
With programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology offers you access to a host of research and clinical opportunities, plus a pathway to professional licensure through foundational and specialized courses that integrate knowledge with innovation in the delivery of psychological services.
"I left here feeling very confident about my training and my ability to do the job as a school psychologist."
Aldean Beaumont, PysD
Hear from our alumni who have earned their degrees from GSAPP and listen to their insights on why coming to Rutgers was the right choice.