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Masters Program Admissions

A Message to Prospective Students

Dear Fall 2022 Applicant:

The entire California State University system is taking all the necessary steps to mitigate the disruptions caused by COVID-19 while ensuring the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and communities.

Please be assured that all CSU campuses are prepared to be as flexible as possible when working with Fall 2022 applicants on meeting admission requirements and selection. This flexibility will vary by program application, based on the impact COVID-19 has on the application requirements. Although there has been disruption, as CSUSB has transitioned our staff to working remotely, processing of applications and communications with applicants is still taking place. We would encourage Fall 2022 applicants to continue to check their email and campus portals regularly.

If College of Education Applicants have specific questions, please attend a Program Information Session

Considering Graduate School?

The College of Education offers 12 different graduate programs.  Each program has its own deadlines and admission requirements in addition to the general university admission requirements.

You are encouraged to visit our program websites, explore each of our programs and become familiar with the requirements.  Feel free to contact an admissions representative who can answer any questions you might have.  Our goal is to help you navigate the admissions process and get admitted into the program of choice and graduate.

Steps to Graduate Admissions:

Contact Us:

Candice Sykes
Masters Programs & Advanced Credentials
Student Services - College of Education Building CE-102
Phone: (909) 537-7403
Candice.Sykes@csusb.edu