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Counseling and Psychology

Counseling and Supervision, Ph.D.

Program of Study

Three-Year Plan (full-time; includes summers) | Three (3) Credit Hours Per Course
Courses align with CACREP standards for Doctoral Professional Identity.

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First Year Second Year Third Year
Summer / 0 to 6 credits Fall / 9 credits 9 credits minimum
(prerequisite and/or support courses) COUN7600 Teaching in Counselor Education COUN7990 Dissertation Research
EDPY6310 Educational Statistics Required Research Elective (select COUN7740 or COUN7750):  
EDPY6930 Interpreting and Applying Psychological Research COUN7740 Advanced
Quantitative Inquiry and
Research Design
  COUN7750 Advanced
Qualitative Inquiry and
Research Design
Fall / 9 credits    
COUN7400 Advanced Counseling
Theories and Practicum
COUN7820 Doctoral Internship*  
COUN7500 Research, Scholarship and Publication Spring / 9 credits  
EDPY7310 Advanced Educational
COUN7510 Counseling
Administration and Program Evaluation
  COUN7830 Regional Mental Health and Addictions Services  
Spring / 9 credits *Doctoral Internship (continued)  
COUN7370 Counseling Supervision    
COUN7730 Qualitative Research Methods in Counseling Summer / 0 - 3 credits  
COUN7320 Advanced Group
Counseling in Addictions and Special Populations
COUN7970 Directed Research in
Counseling Research (optional
Summer / 3 - 9 credits    
COUN7700 Advanced Multicultural Counseling: Leadership and Advocacy    
Optional Electives (3 - 6 credit hours)
(e.g. Directed Experience in Counseling
Research, Family Systems, Neuroscience,
Play Therapy, Child and Adolescent
Counseling, Couples Counseling, Trauma, etc.)


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