Ph.D. in education, concentration in counselor education and supervision
The counselor education and supervision concentration of the Ph.D. in education program, which offers a unique emphasis on social justice and advocacy, prepares critically reflective counselor educators, counselor supervisors, scholars and leaders in the counseling profession. With a focus on leadership and advocacy, students graduate with knowledge and application of advanced counseling and crisis theories, supervision theories, pedagogical theories, research methodology and measurement skills, and program evaluation.
Prerequisite courses include 48 hours of CACREP-accredited master’s counseling coursework (or curricular and clinical experiences equivalent to the CACREP entry level standards), and a master’s level statistics course (which can be taken during the doctoral program)
The Ph.D. in education, concentration in counselor education and supervision requires a minimum of 52 total graduate credit hours:
Please keep in mind, however, that the exact course requirements may vary depending on when you matriculated into the program, so please consult your adviser or the program coordinator with any additional questions.
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Jenna Lenhardt, Ph.D.
Donna M. Gibson, Ph.D.
Department chair and associate professor
Counseling and Special Education