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PhD Counselor Education and Supervision

The Counselor Education and Supervision program is offered by University of Arizona.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 2 years
Starting in: August
Tuition Fee: $10,063 per semester
Location: Tucson, United States

A student’s Program of Study for the Ph.D. degree in Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) prepares counselor educators who possess outstanding skills and knowledge, who are prepared to practice in diverse, multicultural settings, consistent with both ethical and evidence-based practice within the counseling profession.

It accomplishes this through these objectives:

  • preparing students to effectively integrate theory and clinical counseling practice
  • preparing students to become effective clinical supervisors
  • preparing students to become skilled teachers, acquiring knowledge and skills in pedagogy and teaching methods that constitute best practice in counselor education
  • preparing students to conduct rigorous research on important questions relevant to counseling and the counseling profession
  • preparing students to engage in self- reflection regarding diversity and multiculturalism in counseling, and acquire both the skills and the commitment to effectively advocate on and individual, group and system level.

The CES Doctoral Program requires a minimum of 76 credits, including 67 credits of CES major coursework and 9 credits in the minor specialization area.

Courses included:

  • Statistical Methods in Education
  • Qualitative Methods in Education
  • Recent Advances in Special Education and Rehabilitation
  • Single-Subject Research
  • Factor Analysis Techniques in Education
  • Multivariate Methods in Educational Research
  • Advanced Counseling Theory and Practice

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