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MS in Counseling Options

School Counseling with Marriage and Family Therapy Option

  • 2 Yr. Program
  • Fall Admission
  • Hayward Campus Only
  • Courses are offered during fall, winter, and spring quarter
  • Classes are during the day, evening, and on some weekends

APPLICATION PACKET
For more info contact:
Dr. Jack Davis at jack.davis@csueastbay.edu

This program is a full-time, two-year course of study. Upon graduation, CSUEB graduates will earn the following:

  • Master's of Science in Counseling
  • Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential in School Counseling
  • Eligibility as Marriage and Family Therapy Intern

For tuition and fee information, visit Tuition and Fees. For more detailed program information, visit MS in Counseling.

Applicants must complete the following or equivalent prerequisite courses (click on course title for course description):

Our program offers a rolling application review process. After final review date, applications will be accepted if space is available. Once applications have been reviewed, select application will be contacted for an interview. For more information, our Program Coordinators offers several Information Sessions from October through February.

All admitted students will:

  • Enroll in full-time coursework for 2 academic years (day, evening, and weekend courses);
  • Participate in fieldwork 1 1/2 to 2 days per week, for entire academic year (450 hours per year);
  • Complete specific activities and supervised experiences that meet the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and Board of Behavioral Sciences requirements;
  • Complete mandatory marriage and family therapy training hours in the Community Counseling Clinic (on CSUEB campus).

Masters in Counseling: Apply to the University one quarter prior to your intended quarter of graduation. Five graduation requirements and University Writing Skills Requirement. Commencement Information Pupil Personnel Services Credential: Contact the Credentials Student Service Center for all application materials Marriage Family Therapy Licensure: Candidates successfully completing the program may apply for an MFT Intern License with the California Board of Behavioral Science; additional hours and an exam are required for licensure. Please refer to www.bbs.ca.gov for application packet.

School Psychology with Marriage and Family Therapy Option

  • 3 Yr. Program
  • Fall Admission
  • Hayward Campus Only
  • Courses are offered during fall, winter, and spring quarter
  • Classes are during the day, evening, and on some weekends

APPLICATION PACKET
For more info contact:
Dr. Greg Jennings

This program offers the academic and minimum fieldwork requirements for the Pupil Personnel Services Credential, Marriage and Family Therapy license and the Educational Psychology license.The program is committed to a training philosophy that promotes the educational and social-emotional development of children, youth, and families.

Applicants must complete the following or equivalent prerequisite courses (click on course title for course description):

Elements of Probability and Statistics (STAT 1000)

Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 4410)

Developmental Psychology (PSYC 4420)

Theories of Learning (PSYC 4210)

and Psychological Tests (PSYC 3200)

Program Flier

Our program offers a rolling application review process. After final review date, applications will be accepted if space is available. Once applications have been reviewed, select application will be contacted for an interview. For more information, our Program Coordinators offers several Information Sessions from October through February.

Professionals-in-training are prepared for clinical work with people who are struggling with both normal life problems and the more severe pathologies. Training, combined with actual practice in fieldwork and the Community Counseling Clinic, prepares professionals-in-training for careers as School Psychologists and therapists. Professionals-in-training begin working in schools at the beginning of the program and have fieldwork opportunities in over 20 Bay-Area school districts. First-, second-, and third-year trainees provide support to students, teachers, and parents while completing course-related assignment.

Masters in Counseling: Apply to the University one quarter prior to your intended quarter of graduation. Five graduation requirements and University Writing Skills Requirement. Commencement Information Pupil Personnel Services Credential:Contact the Credentials Student Service Center for all application materials Marriage Family Therapy Licensure: Candidates successfully completing the program may apply for an MFT Intern License with the California Board of Behavioral Science; additional hours and an exam are required for licensure. Please refer to www.bbs.ca.gov for application packet.

Marriage Family Therapy Option

  • 2 Yr. Program
  • Fall Admission
  • Hayward Campus Only
  • Courses are offered during fall, winter, and spring quarter
  • Classes are during the day, evening, and on some weekends

APPLICATION PACKET

For more info contact:
Dr. Randi Cowdery

This program provides a course of study leading toward completion of the academic requirements for the Masters of Science in Counseling and provides 150 hours of clinical experience required to apply for the California Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) licensure through the Board of Behavioral Sciences. The MFT Program is committed to training candidates for clinical work in a variety of settings.

Candidates must complete the following prerequisite courses (click on course title for course description):

Our program offers a rolling application review process. After final review date, applications will be accepted if space is available. Once applications have been reviewed, select application will be contacted for an interview. For more information, our Program Coordinators offers several Information Sessions from October through February.

Fieldwork Placement sites are available throughout the Bay Area. Students admitted into the MS in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy program will complete the required 150 hours of field placement experience during the second year of the program. Concurrently students will complete course related assignments towards the M.S. in Counseling Degree requirements.

Masters in Counseling: Apply to the University one quarter prior to your intended quarter of graduation. Five graduation requirements and University Writing Skills Requirement. Commencement Information

Marriage Family Therapy Licensure: Candidates successfully completing the program may apply for an MFT Intern License with the California Board of Behavioral Science; additional hours and an exam are required for licensure. Please refer to www.bbs.ca.gov for application packet.

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