Overview of Oklahoma Testing Requirements

Applicants for Speech-Language Pathology or School Psychologist should follow these steps to become certified in Oklahoma:

If you have achieved national certification in your field (ASHA or NCSP), you may submit a copy of that current certification with an application, official transcripts and a $50 fee to the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE).

If you completed an Oklahoma-approved program for Speech-Language Pathology or School Psychology, your college will submit on online recommendation for you once you have completed either the Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT) or the appropriate Praxis® content knowledge exam. Once your recommendation has been submitted, create an online account on the OSDE Single Sign-On so you are able to apply and pay for your certificate online.

NOTE: All first-time certified individuals or anyone who has held an Oklahoma certificate that expired more than one year ago must submit an OSBI/FBI background check before the certificate can be issued. See the Background Check for Teaching Certificate page for more information.

Qualifying Scores

If you test in Oklahoma, your score report will be sent automatically to the State Department of Education. If you test outside of Oklahoma, select the Oklahoma State Department of Higher Education (state code 6503) as a score recipient when you register or on an additional score report request.

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