Graduate and Professional Studies in Education:
The program provides services to community clients through its on-campus Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services, as well as through various designated school and agency sites. In these settings, students provide counseling under direct faculty supervision, while gaining valuable experience in a broad spectrum of human problems.
A key strength of the program is the broad base of experience and training of the faculty members. Our faculty members have unique academic backgrounds, experiences and interests that qualify them to teach and model a wide range of effective approaches to counseling and psychotherapy.
The Pupil Personnel Services, School Counseling Credential prepares professional counselors to work within the K-12 educational system. The Master of Science in Counseling prepares professional counselors for employment in a variety of settings such as public and private agencies, universities and colleges, schools and private practice. This degree meets the educational requirements for becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the State of California. The programs are clinically oriented, with didactic and experiential courses, a 100-hour clinical practicum, and 600 hours of field experience.
Please review the program description and course listings in the Course Catalog (follow the Master of Science Link).
- Master of Science: Career Counseling
- Master of Science: Marriage and Family Therapy
- Master of Science: School Counseling with Embedded Pupil Personnel Services Credential
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|Applicant Orientation October 5, 2015|
|Applicant Orientation October 15, 2014|
|Student Orientation August 2014|
|EDC Advising Night: Fall 2014|