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Counselor Education and Supervision - Ph.D. Program Requirements PDFDownload to print

Course Title Credits
CES 78128 Clinical Assessment in Counseling 3
CES 78538 Advanced Multicultural Counseling 3
CES 80090 Doctoral Residency Seminar in Counselor Education and Supervision 3
CES 80199 Dissertation I 1 30
CES 88168 Advanced Counseling Theories 3
CES 88281 Research Seminar in Counselor Education and Supervision 3
CES 88284 Supervision of Counseling 3
CES 88292 Internship in Counselor Education and Supervision 2 6
CES 88294 College Teaching in Counselor Education and Supervision 3
An advanced practicum: Individual or couples and family 3
EVAL 75510 Statistics I for Educational Services 3
EVAL 85515 Quantitative Research Design and Analysis 3
EVAL 85516 Qualitative Research Design 3
Advanced Quantitative Research in Educational Services (3)     or
Advanced Qualitative Research in Educational Services (3)
Additional Courses required relative to major area of study 3 15
  1. Upon admission to candidacy, each doctoral candidate must register for CES 80199 Dissertation I. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I for a total of 30 hours, and thereafter CES 80299 Dissertation II, each semester (including summer) until all requirements for the degree have been met. Students will be expected to be familiar with data entry and interpreting computer generated analysis.
  2. Students will take 3 credits of CES 88292 Internship in Counselor Education and Supervision per semester for two consecutive semester, for a total of 6 credit hours of internship.
  3. Students will also have 9 additional hours of CES specialization and 6 hours elective coursework; total 15. In designing the 6 hours, students may want to consult with their advisors about registering for additional courses that consider research design; for example: EVAL 78713 Multivariate Analysis In Educational Research; EVAL 78714 Factor Analysis In Educational Research; EVAL 78716 Educational Statistics II; EVAL 78728 Educational Statistics III; and EVAL 88795 Q Methodology or EVAL 77093 WKSP: Q Methodology.

Program Notes:

Students are expected to have completed curricular experiences equivalent to CACREP entry-level standards and curricular requirements of a specific CACREP program area before beginning doctoral-level counselor education coursework. Any missing content can be completed before or in some cases (e.g., if minimal content is needed) concurrently with initial doctoral-level counselor education coursework.

Students will have completed the coursework for the Professional Clinical Counselor License in Ohio either before entry into the program or during the program.

Successful completion of written and oral comprehensive exams is required before students can be registered for dissertation credit hours.