Graduate 2019-2020

Counselor Education and Supervision Ph.D.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Degree Requirements — 83-92 Credits

See “Counselor Education and Supervision Ph.D.”

Degree Requirements

Required Major Credits — 37-43 hours

Counseling Core (12 hours)

APCE 702Practicum in Counseling

4

APCE 712Advanced Practicum in Indvidual Counseling

4

APCE 762Practicum in Group Facilitation

4

Supervision Core (8 hours)

APCE 714Practicum in Supervision of Counseling

3- 6

APCE 715Seminar in Counselor Supervision and Theory

2

Theory and Instruction Core (17-23 hours)

APCE 703Professional Development Seminar in Counselor Education

1

APCE 710Seminar in Instruction, Pedagogy, and Evaluation in Counseling and Psychology

3

APCE 746Advanced Seminar in Counselor Education and Supervision

3

APCE 792Internship in Counselor Education and Supervision

1- 6

APCE 723Seminar in Advanced Multicultural Perspectives in Counselor Education and Supervision

3

APCE 703: Must be taken twice

APCE 792: Take 6-12 hours

Interest Areas (Select One) — 12-15 hours minimum

Couples and Families (13 hours)

APCE 668Sexuality Counseling

3

APCE 669Advanced Methods: Couples and Family Therapy

3

APCE 694Practicum in Couples and Family Therapy

4

APCE 774Practicum in Supervision of Family Therapy

3

Play Therapy (12 hours)

APCE 609Foundations of Play Therapy

3

APCE 617Play Therapy: Theory and Practicum

3

APCE 713Practicum in Supervision of Play Therapy

3

Students will complete three additional credits of an elective to be selected in consultation with their advisor.

School Counseling (15 hours - if no previous School Counseling background)

APCE 602Foundations of School Counseling

3

APCE 608Organization, Administration and Evaluation of School Counseling Programs

3

APCE 614Internship in School Counseling and Guidance

1- 9

APCE 748Instruction, Supervision and Leadership in School Counseling

3

or

ELPS 660Law and the Administrator

3

APCE 614: Take 6 hours

NOTE: Students with a School Counseling background will work with advisor to select 9 credits in addition to APCE 748 to comprise interest area.

Gerontological Counseling (15 hours)

APCE 668Sexuality Counseling

3

GERO 560Community Resources for Older Adults

3

GERO 625Psychosocial Aspects of Aging

3

GERO 635Social Policies of Aging

3

GERO 640Health Aspects of Gerontology

3

Research Core — 3 hours

SRM 700Advanced Research Methods

3

(Additional six hours under Research Tool 2.)

Research Proposal/Dissertation — 16 hours

APCE 797Doctoral Proposal Research

1- 4

APCE 799Doctoral Dissertation

1-12

Research Tools — 15 hours

Research Tool 1: Applied Statistics

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SRM 603Statistical Methods II

3

SRM 610Statistical Methods III

3

Research Tool 2: Applied Research

APCE 716Research Seminar in Counselor Education

3

SRM 680Introduction to Qualitative Research

3

Suggested Electives for Students Completing Quantitative Dissertations:

SRM 607Non-Parametric Statistics

3

or

SRM 609Sampling Methods

3

or

SRM 625Applied Multiple Regression Analysis

3

or

SRM 627Survey Research Methods

3

Suggested Electives for Students Completing Qualitative Dissertations:

SRM 685Educational Ethnography

3

or

SRM 686Qualitative Case Study Research

3

or

SRM 687Narrative Inquiry

3

or

SRM 688Writing Qualitative Research

3

Students have the option to complete the Doctoral Minor in Applied Statistics and Research Methods; this is part of the plan of study and is done in consultation with the academic advisor.

Other Recommended Electives:

APCE 609Foundations of Play Therapy

3

APCE 617Play Therapy: Theory and Practicum

3

APCE 713Practicum in Supervision of Play Therapy

3

APCE 773Practicum in Supervision of Group Facilitation

3

APCE 774Practicum in Supervision of Family Therapy

3

APCE 785Advanced Practicum in Community Engagement: Campus Connections

1

APCE 793Practicum in Clinic Administration and Service Delivery

3

APCE 794Advanced Practicum in Clinic Administration and Service Delivery

1

NOTES: Students will submit a proposal to present at least one time at a juried state, regional, national or international conference. This presentation can be done alone, with faculty, or with peers. Students must submit a copy of the presentation proposal for their files. Accepted presentations: students must submit a copy of the letter of proposal acceptance and copies of presentation handouts. It is highly recommended that students have manuscripts published, in press, and/or in submission prior to graduation, and that students have been involved in grant writing as a part of their education.

Students may complete a doctoral minor in one of the following areas in lieu of an interest area:

  • Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership
  • Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
  • Special Education
  • Educational Psychology
  • Cultural Studies and Equity Graduate Certificate Program

This program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.