The University of Central Florida (UCF) Counselor Education program is seeking applicants for the Fall 2013 cohort of doctoral students. The UCF Counselor Education Program trains Ph.D. students to enter into the professorate in counselor education and supervision.
The UCF Counselor Education Program is CACREP-accredited. It is one of the largest counselor education programs in the country and has been ranked 11th in the nation by US News and World Report.
The program has internationally recognized, multiple award-winning faculty who are leaders in the counseling profession. In the last seven years, the UCF Counselor Education Program has received over 15 million dollars in external funding and has two endowments for the enhancement of students.
A limited number of graduate assistantships or teaching fellowships for full-time doctoral students are anticipated for Fall 2013. Research opportunities are enhanced by such entities as the UCF College of Education, the UCF Community Counseling Clinic, the UCF Heintzelman Endowment, and the UCF Toni Jennings Institute.
To e considered for financial assistance, the application deadline is December 20, 2012. Otherwise, the regular application deadline is February 15, 2013.
You can find more information about the doctoral program at http://www.graduatecatalog.
ucf.edu/programs/Program.aspx? ID=1190&TID=380&track= Counselor%20Education
For questions contact Dr. E. H. Mike Robinson, Director of Doctoral Programs, at Edward.Robinson@ucf.edu