Counselor Education PhD

About

Our doctorate of Counselor Education is the perfect fit if you are committed to the development of research and teaching potential, in addition to developing skills that enable you to provide service and leadership for diverse populations, with an emphasis on underserved groups. The program has a focus on prevention, community-based school and mental health services, and substance use. The program centers on coursework, research, and enhancement of teaching skills. Recent graduates have found positions in research, teaching and leadership, and service in different community-based mental health organizations.

To learn more about our program, sign up for our webinar on

Tuesday, October 14 from 7 pm - 8 pm EST!


Program Objectives

By graduation, you will be able to demonstrate advanced competence in planning, evaluation, change strategies, leadership, teaching and research.


Accreditation

This program is CACREP accredited.


Contact our Program Track Coordinator

Headshot of Mei Tang, Ph.D.

Mei Tang, Ph.D.

Professor | Counseling, School of Human Services

Teachers-Dyer Complex, 460 T

513-556-3716