Lead the Educators
The Ed.D. program is intended for M.A. or Ed.S. level professionals who wish to teach and/or supervise in higher education or in school and community settings. Applicants usually have recent clinical experience and are licensed or license-eligible. However, it is possible to pursue the doctoral degree with backgrounds and/or advanced degrees in related academic areas. The nationally accredited Ph.D. is designed for master-level clinicians pursuing a terminal degree that focuses on advanced research skills, clinical supervision skills and honing teaching practice.
Grand opening of the new state-of-the-art counseling wing
opportunities to teach CACREP common core or specialty classes
nationally accredited through CACREP
Gain Valuable Teaching Experience
Doctoral students in Counselor Education and Supervision are provided opportunities to teach and co-teach MA-level courses in the Counseling Department.
Lead in Advanced Supervision
Doctoral students are trained in advanced supervision of clinical experiences, supervised by a faculty member.