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The program is structured to take a total of three years to complete, with two years of full-time study and one year of dissertation development. Students are allowed to move through the program at a slower pace to accommodate work and life obligations.
Coursework and clinical experiences are integrated to help students formulate their personal approach to Counselor Education and Supervision.
We emphasize students’ abilities to demonstrate personal growth and development.
Courses are offered in the afternoon or evening to accommodate students who work.
To be considered for enrollment in the Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program, applicants must submit the following:
- Statement of purpose
- Research interests
- Professional interests
- Intercultural and social justice competence
- Professional experiences (how yo identify as a professional counselor)
GRE scores are not required for admission.
Melanie Harper, Ph.D. Program Director, Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Counselor Education and Supervision Programs
Dana M. Comstock-Benzick, Ph.D. Professor of Counseling
R. Esteban Montilla, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Counseling
Dan A. Ratliff, Ph.D. Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy
Priscilla Reyna-Vasquez, Ph.D. Visiting Assistant Professor
Carolyn Y. Tubbs, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Shawn L. Spurgeon, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS Chair of the Department of Counseling and Human Services