The Ed.D. in Professional Counseling and Supervision is an applied doctorate with an emphasis on the application of knowledge through continued practice. The program begins each fall with a cohort of between six and ten students. The 36-hour program is completed in two years of continuous enrollment. Two doctoral level courses are offered each term in the evenings, on weekends, and/or via distance learning. The program builds upon a strong foundation developed through previous graduate education and professional experience.
- Doctoral students learn to evaluate and improve programs and interventions in the context of their current work settings
- Students develop expertise in program and intervention evaluation
- Dissertations, evaluation studies, are developed through embedded assignments across the curriculum
Counseling faculty in the Department of Collaborative Support and Intervention are well-recognized at state, regional and national levels for their professionalism. They consistently publish research and practice articles in peer reviewed journals, attend and present at state, regional and national conferences, and hold leadership positions in professional and honor societies.