The Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor of Education prepares graduates to be change agents that advocate for equity and integrity in counseling and academic settings.
This CACREP-accredited program in the Department of Counseling and Human Services puts an emphasis on didactic and experiential learning, with over 600 hours of internships, university teaching experience, and a research apprenticeship. Our faculty are nationally recognized, yet student-focused. You can expect unique opportunities in:
The Counseling and Counselor Education program has a 100% employment rate for graduates within 6 months, and has graduates working in areas such as: