Full-Time Study

The doctoral program ascribes to a cohort admission process which requires students to enroll as a full-time student and matriculate through the program with his/her peers admitted in the same semester.  The program prepares future counselor educators and researchers.  As such, students are expected to conduct research with faculty and work in the department as a graduate research or teaching assistant.  Upon entering the second year of study, doctoral students are required to teach master’s level clinical supervision courses.  Teaching such courses depend on the student’s current credentials, endorsement by program faculty, and the availability of courses.