When you consider online psychology schools in Idaho, you have many options. These choices save you from commuting, and let you study when and where you want, all while maintaining a link to your instructors and peers. Alternatives to online programs include attending a college that provides both online and on-site courses, giving you some schedule flexibility but also increased campus support, or a traditional on-campus college.
Psychology Degree Programs in Idaho
Before you choose a program, determine exactly what type of psychologist you aim to become, as the paths can differ.
The Board of Psychology licenses psychologists once they complete a doctoral degree, two years of professional experience (not including any internships), and pass (500 or better) the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP).
On the other hand, the Department of Education can issue credentials to school psychologists -- a pupil personnel services certificate with school psychologist endorsement. Less stringent, this requires completion of 60 graduate semester credit hours, laboratory experience in a classroom, and a minimum 1200-hour, supervised internship in a school district.