The University of La Verne Master of Science in Educational Counseling program prepares candidates to work as advocates for all students, through collaboration with families, other educators, and the global community. The Educational Counseling degree offers four options to meet the professional goals of candidates entering the program.
1. Educational Counseling – M.S., is a 46 unit master’s degree, preparing qualified candidates to serve in community based organizations or colleges.
2. Educational Counseling – M.S. with Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS), a 48 unit master’s degree and credential, which prepares qualified school counselors in grades K-12 and community colleges.
3. Educational Counseling — M.S. with Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS) with a concentration in School and Family Based Counseling (SFBC), a 60 unit master’s degree and credential which satisfies the educational requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences toward the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and prepares qualified candidates for the PPS credential.
4. Educational Counseling — M.S. with Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPS) with a concentration in Spanish Bilingual Bicultural Counseling (SBBC), a 57 unit master’s degree and credential which uniquely prepares qualified candidates for working with Latina/o students in California schools.
For additional information regarding program courses and locations, please consult the University Catalog.
La Verne Campus Representative:
Cathy A. Cook, M.S.
Assistant Director, Graduate Admission
Curriculum & Tuition
Tuition: $710 per unit
Summer 2016: June 6
Fall 2016: August 29
Spring 2017: January 30