School of Psychology & Counseling

Course Progression - Doctoral Program in Counselor Education & Supervision

Below is a table that reflects the current plan for course progression in the doctoral program. Additional elective courses are still in the process of development. Additional elective courses will be added for selection by the student based on student interests and choice of concentration.

Year 1 - Fall

Year 1 - Spring

Year 1 - Summer

CES 705 (1st yr residency/orientation)

CES 617 - Quantitative Research Methodology (3) 

CES 763 - Supervision and Consultation (3)

UNIV Lib—Library research course (non-credit)

CES 740 - Instruction in Counselor Education (3)


CES 755 - Advanced Theory in Group Counseling (3)
CES 728 - Advanced Assessment (3)


CES 670 - Multicultural Issues in Counseling (3)

Year 2 - Fall

Year 2 - Spring

Year 2 - Summer

CES 705 (2nd yr residency)

CES 714 - Statistics (3)

CES 626 - Advanced Counseling and Career Theories (3)
CES 618 - Qualitative Research Methodology (3)

CES 749 - Advanced Marriage & Family Counseling and
Consultation (3)


CES 789 - Capstone: Counseling & Christian Thought (3)

CES 715 - Advanced Multivariate Statistics (3)

 

Year 3 - Fall

Year 3 - Spring

Year 3 - Summer

CES 705 (3rd yr residency)

Required Practicum Elective (3) (Choose from 770, 771, 772)

CES 700 Dissertation Proposal (3)

CES 701  - Dissertation I (3)


CES 801  - Internship I (200 hours)

Elective II (3)
CES 702 - Dissertation II (3)

CES 802 - Internship II (1) (200 hours)

Year 4 - Fall

Year 4 - Spring

Year 4 - Summer

CES 703 - Dissertation III (3)

CES 803 - Internship III (1) (200 hours)

Elective III (3)
CES 704 - Dissertation IV (3)

Elective IV (3)
(CES 795 - Fee paid to be continuously enrolled until dissertation is completed)
(3) = number of credit hours
Students may take their three elective options at any time in their program with their advisors consent.  Internship can be completed anytime after successfully completing the first year of coursework, with approval of the faculty advisor. The required fourth elective, one of the practicum courses, must be taken in the fall session of the third year.
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