All School of Education students are required to self-register for classes using Student Planning. There are two steps to planning and registering for your courses.

Step 1: Academic Planning

Plan your classes, before the registration period begins, using the links below. 

Program Pathways

Review your program pathway and fieldwork requirements (if applicable). Be sure to pay close attention to the academic year. Students should follow pathway according to program start.  

Department of Teaching and Learning

MA: Learning and Teaching (with Credential)

MA: Curriculum and Instruction

Preliminary Teaching Credential: Multiple or Single Subject

Education Specialist Teacher Credential

Undergraduate Program for Teacher Preparation

Department of Counseling and Human Services

MA: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

MA: Human Services online

MA: School Counseling

Pupil Personnel Services Credential: School Counseling

MA: Counseling and Psychotherapy

Department of Leadership and Higher Education

Doctorate of Education in Leadership for Educational Justice

MA: Educational Administration

MA: Higher Education / Student Affairs

Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (Tier I)

Using Student Planning

View your progress in Student Planning

Plan courses in Student Planning (tutorial)

View the Self-Service (Student Planning) Guide

Confirm there are no registration/financial holds on your account. Holds are indicated in the top right corner of the Student Planning screen.

Your academic advisor will be available to assist you if you have any questions. 

Students at our Regional Campuses may set-up a video conference call or call an advisor during open office hours if preferred. 

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Step 2: Register

Register for courses 

Students may register for courses during our open registration period. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for dates. 

Students must work with their advisor to register after the registration period closes. 

Click "Register Now" for planned courses in Student Planning (tutorial)

View your progress in Student Planning

Add/Drop Courses

Students are free to add or drop courses before classes begin. Once the semester begins, students must work with their advisor to add or drop classes. 

Refer to our academic calendar for add/drop deadlines   

1.Confirm there is no outstanding balance on your student account via RedlandsPay. 

2. Access/change your class schedule via Student Planning, which is accessible via MyRedlands.