With a Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision, you’ll be qualified to work as a counselor educator in colleges and universities or as a leader in clinical mental health counseling, addictions counseling, or school counseling. Through coursework that emphasizes a culturally relevant perspective and social justice-component along with a multicultural pedagogy of leadership in your field, you’ll gain expertise that empowers you to lead future generations of counselors.
Requirements to earn the Ph.D. include a minimum of 54 credits beyond the master’s degree, a clinical practicum, a specialty practicum, an internship, a candidacy examination, and a dissertation.
Waynesburg University’s Counseling Program is accredited by CACREP of the American Counseling Association (ACA).
Coursework & Requirements
View the Academic Catalog to further explore the curriculum.
Program Quick Facts
|Upcoming start date||August 23, 2021|
|2021 INTERVIEW DATES||May 20, June 17
|Estimated program length||3-5 years|
|Course length||16 weeks|
|Delivery methods||In person at our Southpointe location|
|Cost per credit||$815|
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