This degree prepares you to provide counseling and support services to students at K-12 grade levels, as well as positions in higher education. The PPS Credential in School Counseling is required for work in K-12 public schools.
You may specialize in School Counseling, and then add the Child Welfare and Attendance specialization that offers additional training in working with those students most at-risk for school failure.
After completion, you will be eligible for the Clear Pupil Personnel Services Credential offered by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
On-campus, full-time or part-time course load
Fall and Spring 15-week semesters with Summer sessions
$730 per credit
$35,770 base cost
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Let us know you're interested and we'll reach out to answer your questions. You'll also receive more information about the program and your financial aid options.
Open House Reception
Join us for an open house reception to learn more about our programs and get answers to your individual questions in an informal setting. Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 6-8pm at Fleming's in Woodland Hills. This event is open to all prospective and newly admitted Graduate School of Education students.
EDCG 581: Diverse Perspectives in Education and Culturally Proficient Leadership
This foundational course explores the history of diversity and multicultural education, and introduces the conceptual framework of Cultural Proficiency as a lens for counselors in promoting equitable practices for all students in educational settings.
Child Welfare and Attendance Specialization
Current students and alumni of the Pupil Personnel Services program may obtain this optional specialization.
This course emphasizes school, home, and community factors contributing to school attendance, related laws, and intervention programs designed to enhance attendance and school safety.
One of my mottos is 'Do something you love, and you'll never have to work a day in your life.' I would do this even if I didn't get paid.