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Admissions and How to Apply

University Admission

Prospective applicants to CSULB’s degree and credential programs must apply to the University online through Cal State Apply.

Information on CSULB admission requirements and deadlines can be found at the CSULB Enrollment Services Admissions website.

Program Admissions

Prospective applicants who would like to pursue a post-baccalaureate credential and/or graduate program in the College of Education must apply and be admitted both to the University and to a specific credential or graduate program.

See the specific program website for application deadlines, application packets, and other application information:

Initial Credential Programs

Multiple Subject (Elementary)

Prospective students wishing to apply to the Multiple Subject (elementary) Credential programs have two options depending on whether they are undergraduate or post-baccalaureate students.

Education Specialist (Special Education)

Prospective students wishing to apply to the Education Specialist Preliminary (special education) Credential programs have two options depending on whether they are undergraduate or post-baccalaureate students.

Single Subject (Secondary)

Prospective students wishing to apply to the Single Subject (secondary) Credential Program should visit the Single Subject Credential program admissions page.

Please contact the Teacher Preparation Advising Center at 562-985-1105 if you have questions about applying to any of the initial credential programs.

Master’s Degree and/or Advanced Credential Programs

Prospective students wishing to apply to a master’s or advanced credential program should visit the Graduate Studies Admissions page.

Please contact the Graduate Studies Office at 562-985-8476 if you have questions about applying to any of the master’s degree or advanced credential programs.

Educational Specialist Degree

Prospective students wishing to apply to the Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology program should visit the Graduate Studies Admissions page.

Please contact the Graduate Studies Office at 562-985-8476 if you have questions about applying to School Psychology.

Educational Leadership Doctorate

Prospective students wishing to apply to the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership program should visit the Ed.D. program admissions page.

Please contact the Ed.D. Program Office at 562-985-4998 if you have questions about applying to the Ed.D. program.

 

last updated — Jul 24, 2017