Counselor Education Graduate Option
This option is offered within the following major(s):
Available only via Ecampus.
The Counselor Education option offers a PhD degree in Counseling. It is designed to prepare experienced counseling professionals to extend their roles in the counseling profession. A doctoral degree in Counseling is appropriate for those whose career path is that of research and teaching in counselor preparation programs, in student development at a college or university level, or in supervisory or leadership positions in schools or agencies.
Doctoral students can meet course requirements in two years of part-time study. Writing and defense of the dissertation typically takes two years beyond completing the required course work.
A minimum of 150 credits is required beyond the baccalaureate degree to obtain a PhD in Counselor Education. This option includes 42 credits of core courses and 52 credits of thesis, practicum and internship courses.
|COUN 612||RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION||3|
|COUN 613||RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION IN EDUCATION||3|
|COUN 616||UNIVERSITY LEVEL INSTRUCTIONAL THEORY AND METHODS||3|
|COUN 617||ADVANCED COUNSELOR SUPERVISION||3|
|COUN 662||COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS I||3|
|COUN 663||COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS II||3|
|COUN 664||COUNSELOR EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS III||3|
|COUN 665||PUBLICATION METHODS IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION||3|
|COUN 667||ADVANCED ASSESSMENT IN COUNSELING||3|
|COUN 668||ADVANCED CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND CONSULTATION IN COUNSELING||3|
|COUN 671||ADVANCED GROUP COUNSELING||3|
|COUN 681||ADVANCED DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION||3|
|COUN 696||COUNSELOR EDUCATION||3|
|COUN 697||COUNSELOR SUPERVISION||3|
|Thesis, Practicum and Internship Courses|
|COUN 618||PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING||9|
|COUN 619||INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING||7|
Option Code: 2981