The Master of Arts in Education, School Counseling program involves training in counseling, consultation, and helping relationships. The program provides general counseling preparation for public and private school service. Coursework meets all standards required for a California Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential.

School Counseling

Three tracks provide students with a choice between K-12 counseling, college track or both. This program offers training in counseling, consultation, and helping relationships. Provides general counseling preparation for public and private school service, and/or college and community college settings. Rigorous fieldwork offers hands-on experience.

Master of Arts in School and College Counseling

Our School and College Counseling programs involve training in counseling and consultation to prepare students for counseling positions in school settings ranging from Primary to Post-Secondary. Coursework meets all standards required for a California Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential.

Program Overview

This program involves training in counseling and consultation to prepare students for counseling positions in a range of educational settings. Coursework within this two-year program meets all standards required for a California Pupil Personnel Services credential.

3 tracks to fit your needs: 

The Counseling program prepares students to work as counselors in a variety of settings including public and private schools. All students will complete the core counseling curriculum with an option to specialize in the following areas:

Option 1: K-12 Counseling Emphasis with PPS Credential (48 UNITS) + 600 Fieldwork hours

Option 2: College Counseling Emphasis (48 UNITS) + 400 Fieldwork Hours

Option 3: K-12 Counseling with PPS & College Counseling Emphasis (54 UNITS) + 600 Fieldwork Hours

 

Program Requirements/Handbooks

There are multiple emphases one could pursue within the School Counseling program at the University of Redlands. 

Requirements for the School Counseling programs range from 48-54 units. Each emphasis has a fieldwork requirement in which students are required to accumulate 400-600 fieldwork hours, depending on the chosen emphasis. See below for specifics within the respective handbook. 

Fall 2014/Fall 2015 Counseling Handbook

Fall 2016 Counseling Handbook 

Fall 2017 Counseling Handbook

Fall 2018 Counseling Handbook