Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling
College of Education Update Regarding COVID-19
Due to COVID-19, many staff are working remotely on most days. Therefore, College of Education offices will not be open normal business hours. Please continue to check the Reuniting the Beach website for up-to-date information.
Due to the COVID-19 Omicron variant, staff are working remotely from January 7 - February 6, 2022. Students can contact staff remotely during this time. Please continue to check the CSULB COVID-19 website for up-to-date information.
The Department of Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling is a large department preparing professionals for a variety of roles. We have an accomplished faculty who are committed researchers and teachers working towards social justice. Sample our faculty members' scholarly accomplishments by linking to the College Directory.
The Department of Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling offers graduate level course work in the following program areas:
|Educational Psychology||Master's Degree|
|Educational Technology & Media Leadership||Master's Degree|
|Graduate Certificate in Applied Disability Studies||Certificate|
|Marriage and Family Therapy||Master's Degree|
|Master of Science in Special Education||Master's Degree|
|School Counseling||Advanced Credential with Master's Degree|
|School Psychology||Advanced Credential and Advanced Degree|
|Social and Cultural Analysis of Education||Master's Degree|
|Special Education Credential Program (ESCP)||Initial Credential|
|Teacher Librarian Services Credential||Advanced Credential|
Program details can be found in the CSULB catalog and also on each program's website.
Our students say: "Amazing professors, rigorous coursework, excellent times offered for classes"
Interested in teaching part-time for ASEC? See the College of Education Employment Opportunities webpage.