Counseling Prerequisites

Minimum Prerequisites for Admission to the MS in Psychology with a concentration in Counseling:

A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and completion of the concentration prerequisites, with a grade of B- or better or completion of a course in Introductory Psychology, completion of the concentration prerequisites with a minimum of 16 upper-division semester units in Psychology with a grade of B- or better with course content acceptable to the Psychology Graduate Committee.

  • One upper-division course in Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3000)
  • One upper-division course in Human Development (PSYC 3140)
  • One upper-division introductory course in Psychological Testing (PSYC 3160)
  • One upper-division introductory course in Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 3350)
  • One upper-division introductory course in Counseling Theory (PSYC 3790)
  • One upper-division introductory course in Counseling Techniques (PSYC 4770)