Regent University and the School of Psychology & Counseling periodically review the direction and outcomes of its counseling programs in accordance with the standards set by the Council for Accrediting Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). These reviews include the collection and evaluation of data from current students, alumni and employers of Counselor Education & Supervision (CES) graduates. The CES faculty uses this data to make appropriate changes to the counseling program objectives and curriculum. You can access summaries of the latest surveys on our Doctoral Program in Counselor Education & Supervision by clicking on the appropriate link.
Do Regent counseling students finish the degree and find employment?
Selecting a master’s or doctoral program in counseling is a significant decision. If you invest your resources at Regent University, you deserve to know what our performance record is in helping students reach their education and employment goals.
Our CACREP accredited Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision program is listed below along with the size of the graduating class, the percentage of students who completed the program in the expected number of years, the license/certification pass rate and the number of students who obtained jobs in the field of counseling within approximately three months of graduation.
|Program Outcomes||Year 2018-19||%|
|Number of Program Graduates||16|
|Licensure or Certification Examination Pass Rate||n/a|
|Job Placement Rate||97%|
* This is the completion rate in the seven years allowed by the university.
Please see the charts below for results from Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision program graduates and how well the program prepared them for working in the degree field.