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Counseling and Psychology

During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The GRE Admission Requirement will be Waived 

Classes will be Offered Online

Ph.D. in Counseling & Supervision

Starting Fall 2020

 Key Features of the Degree

48 Credit Hour Program
Designed to Meet CACREP Standards
Emphasis on Rural Mental Health Issues

The degree consists of a minimum of 48 hours and experiential components, including a 100-hour clinical practicum and 600-hour internship, and dissertation research. 

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Program Coordinator / Dr. Tony Michael,

Admissions Coordinator / Dr. Mark Loftis, 

  • Applicant Profile

    Hold a master’s degree in counseling and have related professional experience.

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    Would like to further your career by pursuing opportunities in counselor education, supervision, program evaluation, and other advanced positions.

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    Are committed to effecting change in regional mental health issues, such as addictions.

  • Program Description

    Our Ph.D. program in Counseling and Supervision seeks to prepare and enhance students’ capacity for skill development and critical thinking as they go on to become clinicians, supervisors, educators, advocates, scholars, leaders, and program evaluators within the counseling profession.

    Faculty emphasize a dynamic and collaborative learning environment, leading students to actualize their potential through an infusion of scholarship and real-world problem solving.

    Through meeting this goal, the program also makes an impact within our region by helping to address the mental health and addiction treatment needs in the community.

  • Application Information & Program of Study


    Application Deadline

    Complete your application by March 1 for full consideration.
    (Accepting applications after October 15)

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