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Degree Programs


This is an elective program, which may stand alone as a M.A. in Counseling degree (with an option to work towards becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor) or be used to work towards an Ed.S. in School Psychology and fulfill the first year of this two year program (with an option to work towards becoming a School Psychologist with a PPS Credential in School Psychology). If wanting to work towards a PPS in School Counseling at the master’s level, the University has a collaboration with the University of California at Riverside (i.e., the extension program) to assist in this process. This report discusses just the M.A. in Counseling as a stand-alone degree. Read more.

This is a M.A. in Counseling degree with an option to work towards becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) through the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). Read more.

This is an elective program, which will assist a person in working towards becoming a researcher and/or teacher at higher educational and research institutions. Read more.

This is an elective program, which will assist a person in working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) through the Board of Behavioral Sciences in California. Read more.

This is an elective program, which will give a person on option on becoming a credentialed school psychologist through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). Read more.

This is an elective program, which will give a person on option on becoming a credentialed school psychologist through the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTS) as well as a credentialed behavioral analyst through the Behavioral Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Read more.

This degree is a non-credential elective program which provides advanced preparation for educational generalists, teachers in all disciplines, administrators, college instructors who are desiring a professional educational background, and especially to practitioners aspiring toward clinical and/or research applications. Read more.

This degree provides all the elements specified by the state of California for the Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential with an authorization in school psychology. Read more.


Credential Programs


This program provides the courses required by the state of California for the PPS Credential with an authorization in school psychology. Read more.

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