At least 21 undergraduate credits in psychology, which include courses in each of the following areas (all of which must be completed with a grade of C or better):
NOTE: These undergraduate prerequisites cannot be used to satisfy any part of the requirements of the degree. They must be completed prior to initiation of course work for the degree.
Non-immigrant international students: See additional admission information in International Graduate Admissions
*See Exceptions to Policy in Graduate Admissions.
Completed application and admission credentials must meet the deadline of January 15 for fall admission. Students who miss this deadline may contact the program director to inquire if space is still available. Admission is granted on a competitive space-available basis. Applications are not accepted for spring admission. *All applications should be submitted electronically. See our FAQ page for more information.*
NOTE: For candidates already possessing a master’s degree in School Psychology, courses from a previous degree in School Psychology must be equivalent to required courses in the current MA/C.A.S. program in order to be accepted. Courses that have been taken for the previous M.A. will be reviewed for content and currency by the program director. Additionally, students must earn a minimum of 30 units in the School Psychology program to graduate, as well as complete the culminating internship. Other requirements will be determined on an individual basis.