Most SOLES graduate programs do not require any specific pre-requisite coursework. Those that do have pre-requisite requirements are listed below.
Please note that students who are unable to complete these pre-requisites prior to beginning their program may do so in their first semester of enrollment at SOLES.
Teaching Credential Programs
These programs include the Masters Credential Cohort Program and any stand-alone teaching credentials. These programs require the following prerequisite course:
Please note that this course is built into the curriculum of the Master's Credential Cohort program, so those who have not taken it in advance do not need to plan to do so prior to beginning the program.
Master of Arts in Counseling, specialization in School Counseling with Pupil Personnel Services Credential
This program requires a pre-requisite course in educational psychology focused on K-12 learning. Students who are unsure of whether a course they have selected will satisfy the requirement should email the course syllabus to firstname.lastname@example.org for evaluation.
Master of Arts in Marital and Family Therapy
This program requires three pre-requisite courses:
- Human or Life Span Development
- Counseling or Personality Theories
- Research Methods
The following list is provided as a resource to help prospective students locate one or more of the prerequisite courses. Please note that this list is not exhaustive and students may take these courses at other universities, provided the course covers the necessary material. Students who are unsure of whether a course they have selected will satisfy the requirement should email the course syllabus to email@example.com for evaluation.