in order to develop a cross-sectional study on the psychologists' education and about the training in the undergraduate degree programs to work in inclusive schools, 163 students from five periods of two psychology programs, answered a questionnaire. participants who did not have someone with special educational needs in family were prevalent. most students did not also had close relationship with these people. most of them had activities and/or classes about school inclusion in undergraduate programs and were dissatisfied or indifferent with the training received to perform in inclusive schools. students who agree totally or agree with inclusive education predominated. there was significant difference between the periods, only on the inclusion school of the special educational need autism they differed. there are evidences that the undergraduate psychology programs have not been able to change the students' opinions about the inclusive education and to prepare them to be school psychologists in the inclusive schools.