Educational and School Psychology Graduate Degree Programs | San Francisco, San Diego, Irvine and Los Angeles, California
MAKE AN IMPACT IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Do you strive to make a positive impact in your community and schools? Is helping students succeed in school through caring psychological and mental health counseling your passion?
A graduate degree or certificate in Educational Psychology from the Hufstedler School of Education equips you with the expertise to make a difference in the lives of students, families and teachers.
DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
- Master of Arts in Education in School Psychology with PPS Credential
Start your journey toward becoming a practicing school psychologist with our three-year Master of Arts in Education in School Psychology with a Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential program.
- Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential in School Psychology (credential only program)
Transition your career to a future as a practicing school psychologist. Master's degree in education, special education, counseling, psychology or related discipline is required. This program results in a credential only and not a master's degree.
- Graduate Certificate in School-Based Mental Health
Enhance your skill set with specialized graduate training in mental health counseling for school environments. For candidates who have completed or are currently completing their master's degree in school psychology.
- Doctor of Psychology in Educational Psychology
Candidates with a master's degree and PPS credential may apply for our three-year Doctor of Psychology program.
- Educational Psychology Certificate in Neuropsychology
Take your career even further with postgraduate certification in the in-demand field of neuropsychology. Fast and convenient program for practicing school psychologists holding a master's or doctoral degree with PPS credential.
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Alliant International University is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).