“Graduate studies at UPRM … your best option today, your greatest distinction always”

“Graduate studies at UPRM … your best option today, your greatest distinction always”

General Provisions for the On-Site, Remote or Hybrid Offering of Defense Oral Exams

Summer 2022

Any oral defense exam for a dissertation, thesis, or project that is scheduled for the summer of 2022 may be offered on-site, hybrid, or remotely.

Important dates:

  • Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022

Last day to request Graduate Studies oral exams for students.

  • Friday, December 2nd, 2022

Last day to take oral exams in Graduate Studies in the extended session.

  • Friday, December 9th, 2022

Last day to deliver the revised and final documents of the dissertation, thesis, or project report. Documents must be received on or before 4:30 p.m.

The Graduate Program of the Mayagüez Campus in School Psychology offers the title of Doctor of Philosophy in School Psychology (Ph.D.) with subspecialties in clinical and neuropsychology.
The program is based on a scientific-practitioner model oriented towards prevention and based on an ecological vision of human development.
Students enrolled in the program will have the possibility of receiving graduate assistantship from the second year of study onward if they meet the requirements established in Certification Number 05-62.

New Graduate Program
in School Psychology
(Ph.D)

Approved by JIP Certification 2020-039
Approved by JG UPR
Certification 2018-2019 113

The mission of the Graduate Program in School Psychology of the RUM is to prepare professionals and academics to function as agents of change, whose activities promote the psychological and educational development, as well as the well-being of children and adolescents.

The Graduate Program’s main objective is to prepare highly qualified scientist-practitioners, capable of applying broad knowledge and skills for the identification and solution of psychological and educational problems in schools, clinics and other relevant settings for children and adolescents.

Our vision of training and practice in school psychology is based on the accreditation standards of APA (American Psychological Association) and NASP (National Association of School Psychology).

Graduates of the Program will meet the minimum requirements for practicing the profession established by LPRA 96, Law to Regulate the Practice of Psychology in Puerto Rico.

The goals of the program are to show the diversity of opportunities in road safety and to promote in students of multiple disciplines the desire to continue their careers in this dynamic field that is nurtured by a wide variety of disciplines from engineering, education and compliance. law to communications, business, marketing, medicine, public health, political science and counseling among others.

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The Graduate Program of the Mayagüez Campus in School Psychology offers the title of Doctor of Philosophy in School Psychology (Ph.D.) with subspecialties in clinical and neuropsychology.
The program is based on a scientific-practitioner model oriented towards prevention and based on an ecological vision of human development.
Students enrolled in the program will have the possibility of receiving graduate assistantship from the second year of study onward if they meet the requirements established in Certification Number 05-62.

New Graduate Program
in School Psychology
(Ph.D)

Approved by JIP Certification 2020-039
Approved by JG UPR
Certification 2018-2019 113

The mission of the Graduate Program in School Psychology of the RUM is to prepare professionals and academics to function as agents of change, whose activities promote the psychological and educational development, as well as the well-being of children and adolescents.

The Graduate Program’s main objective is to prepare highly qualified scientist-practitioners, capable of applying broad knowledge and skills for the identification and solution of psychological and educational problems in schools, clinics and other relevant settings for children and adolescents.

Our vision of training and practice in school psychology is based on the accreditation standards of APA (American Psychological Association) and NASP (National Association of School Psychology).

Graduates of the Program will meet the minimum requirements for practicing the profession established by LPRA 96, Law to Regulate the Practice of Psychology in Puerto Rico.

The goals of the program are to show the diversity of opportunities in road safety and to promote in students of multiple disciplines the desire to continue their careers in this dynamic field that is nurtured by a wide variety of disciplines from engineering, education and compliance. law to communications, business, marketing, medicine, public health, political science and counseling among others.

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Route Towards Graduation

At the Graduate Studies Office, we are happy to help you be successful in your studies and research.
More Info

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