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 the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP).
Coursework & Requirements
View the Academic Catalog to further explore the curriculum.
Program Quick Facts
|Upcoming start date||August 29, 2022|
|2022 INTERVIEW DATES||
January 20, February 17, March 17, April 21, May 19, June 16, and July 21
|Estimated program length||3-5 years|
|Course length||16 weeks|
|Delivery methods||In person at our Southpointe location|
|Cost per credit||$825|
Advanced counseling skills
Counseling Loan Repayment Initiatives
SUD Workforce LRP
NHSC Loan Repayment Options
Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF)
Income Drive Repayment (IDR) Plans
Tue, Aug 31
CACREP accreditation granted to three Graduate Counseling Programs
Accreditation through 2029, without conditionLearn more
Wed, Jun 16
Waynesburg U. Graduate Counseling receives HRSA Grant for behavioral health workforce education and training program for professionals
Thu, May 13
Counseling graduate student awarded NBCC Foundation Scholarship
Mon, May 10
DNP graduate’s capstone to be included in CDC publication