Counselor Education and Supervision

Graduate Education building

The Counselor Education and Supervision Program advances clinical mental health, rehabilitation and school counseling. It provides teaching and training to emerging counselors and counselor educators, conducts research, and serves professional and community organizations. It is part of the Department of Counseling, Leadership, and Research Methods.

The program has received generous federal grants for master's degree concentrations in (1) Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counseling, (2) General Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling and (3) Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling specifically for transition-aged older youths. Learn more.

Master of Science in Counseling

The M.S. has three tracks: School Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling. Graduates can work as counselors in a variety of P-12 educational, collegiate, community, governmental and private agency settings

Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision

This Ph.D. prepares students as counselor educators and advanced clinicians — counselors and supervisors — as well as scholar/researchers who will attain leadership roles in academic and practice settings.

Program / Student Outcomes: 2021-2022 Academic Year
Program Admissions Total Program Enrollment Graduates Completion Rate Licensure or Certification Pass Rate In Field Employment Rate
Clinical Mental Health Counseling 27 75 22 100% 100% 100%
Rehabilitation Counseling 3 20 8 95%

63% CRC
100% NCE

School Counseling 1 15 3 100% 100% 100%
Counselor Education and Supervision 5 21 3 100% 100% 100%