You are here

Information Session Descriptions

The Graduate Studies Office offers different types of information sessions for prospective students. 

General Information Sessions

The Graduate Studies Office hosts General Information Sessions to provide an overview of the application process, as well as an overview of the master degrees and advanced credential programs offered. Please view our Information Sessions for a list of upcoming sessions. Applicants interested in a Counseling program or the School Psychology program are encouraged to attend their respective program information session listed under ‘Counseling Programs Information Sessions’ or ‘Program Specific Information Sessions'.

Reservations for these information sessions are required, please RSVP.

Counseling Programs Information Sessions

The Graduate Studies Office hosts Counseling Programs Information Sessions to provide an overview of the the Counseling Programs: Counseling Psychology, School Counseling (K-12), and Student Development in Higher Education. The application process, degree requirements, and career objectives of the program will also be discussed. Please view our Information Sessions for a list of upcoming sessions.

Reservations for these information sessions are required, please RSVP.

Program Specific Information Sessions

Many graduate programs offer program specific information sessions for prospective students. These sessions are hosted by program faculty or co-hosted by program faculty and the Graduate Studies Office. Please view our Information Sessions for a list of upcoming sessions.

Program Specific Information Sessions do require a reservation.

Online Information Session

All upcoming information sessions are being held virtually through Zoom video conferencing. Please visit the Information Sessions website for a list of upcoming sessions.

Visiting the College of Education

Schedule an appointment with one of our Student Ambassadors to get a current student's perspective of the College of Education. Visit the CED Outreach and Recruitment site for more information and to sign up.

Interested in Teaching or Doctoral Study?

Initial Teaching Credentials

Applicants interested in a credential to teach elementary, middle or high school, or to teach special education will need to earn an initial teaching credential (Multiple Subject Credential, Single Subject Credential, or Education Specialist Credential). For additional information about initial teaching credential program, please visit the Teacher Preparation Advising Center website (TPAC).

Ed. D. in Educational Leadership Program

CSULB offers a Doctor of Education degree, specifically an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. If you are interested in a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership, please visit the Educational Leadership website.