Courses required to earn a Master of Science in School Counseling with a Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential
- Degree requirements should be completed within a 5-year period commencing with semester
of earliest course listed above. Student may petition the School of Education for
- Candidates who complete all program requirements successfully, including 48 units of course work, 600 hours Final Field Experience, and who pass the required standardized PRAXIS exam (Professional School Counselor) may apply for the Master of Science in School Counseling, and may also file for their PPS Credential.
This course listing has been provided to assist you in completing your catalog degree requirements. Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the content of this course listing, it is the student's responsibility to verify the information with the requirements listed in the University Catalog and the degree guide available online.
School Counseling Requirement (8 units)
Practicum Course Requirements (4 units)
Final Field Experience Requirement (6 units)