PRO: Graduate Resources

For some students of psychology, graduate school is a “maybe in the future;” for others, it is just around the corner. Regardless of where you are now, PRO has graduate school resources available for you. We welcome you to find out more about graduate programs in psychology and related disciplines. Our resources can help you learn more about the process of applying to graduate school and help you prepare while you are still at CSULB.

Exploring Graduate Schools at PRO

The Graduate Binders at PRO contain comprehensive information about each of the following subfields, including relevant graduate programs, graduate admission requirements, future career possibilities, and more!

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Community Psychology and Health Psychology
  • Counseling Psychology
  • Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychology
  • Educational Psychology, School Psychology, and School Counseling
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Human Factors
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Neuroscience and Neuropsychology
  • Research-Based Psychology
  • Social Work
  • Student Affairs in Higher Education

PRO Tip: These binders are very helpful for exploring a variety of careers and identifying graduate programs in each of the disciplines listed above.

Informative Handouts

PRO offers handouts to help you learn more about graduate school planning. Stop by PRO, and a friendly PRO guide will assist you. Some of our most popular handouts cover topics like:

      Clinical Psychology: Comparing the PsyD and the PhD

      Timetable for Completing Graduate School Applications

      Timeline of Activities for your Junior and Senior Years

      Finding the Right Graduate School for You

      Getting Involved in Faculty Research

Helpful Web Links

These helpful links can also be useful in preparing and gaining more information about graduate programs in psychology.


PRO Tip: Make sure you do your research to check out the admissions requirements for each graduate program in which you’re interested. And, best of luck!