Graduates from the School of Counseling doctorate program with a faculty member. School of Counseling Doctoral Program

The School of Counseling offers two doctoral degree tracks within Counselor Education & Supervision doctoral program.


► Counselor Education & Supervision: Counselor Education


This program is to facilitate the professional leadership roles of counselor education, supervision, counseling practice and research competencies of students to advance the counseling profession. You are expected to develop the identity of a professional counselor, clinical supervisor, counselor educator and researcher. This identity is intended to promote competence and professionalism as you begin a career in public and private sectors of mental health care and/or academia.

Accredited by: Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Counselor Education & Supervision: Marriage & Family Counseling/Therapy


This program is to train you to become an advanced practitioner, teacher, supervisor, and/or researcher in the field of marriage and family therapy. Training is based on a systemic/relational view of life in which an understanding and respect for diversity and non-discrimination are fundamentally addressed, practiced and valued. You will value the importance of providing service to the community within the context of inter-professional collaboration and recognize the need to advocate for the field.

Accredited by: Commission on Accreditation for Marriage & Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).