KENT STATE UNIVERSITY’S PhD PROGRAM IN COUNSELING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
The faculty members in the Counseling and Human Development Services (CHDS) program at Kent State University are pleased to accept applications to our CACREP-accredited Ph.D. program in Counselor Education and Supervision. Applicants can find information about the program at www.kent.edu/ehhs/chds, and can begin their application process by going towww.kent.edu
and clicking on “Apply Online.” Complete applications for fall 2014 admission are due .
Building on a long tradition of academic excellence, the mission of the Counseling and Human Development Services (CHDS) program at Kent State University is to prepare research-informed and ethically sound educators, administrators, and advanced clinicians who conduct research, supervise, teach, and provide leadership. Resources include the Counseling and Human Development Center, where doctoral students counsel clients and supervise master’s students, and the Bureau of Research Training and Services, which provides students with research support (e.g., transcription services, data entry, and computer consultation for programming and data analysis).
A limited number of graduate assistantships or teaching fellowships for full-time students in the CHDS Ph.D. program are anticipated for fall 2014. It is anticipated that these positions will include a stipend, nine month tuition waiver, and require 20 hours a week of work. In part, faculty interests include teaching, supervision, and scholarship as well as family, group, and individual counseling along with school and clinical mental health counseling.
Kent State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and has a strong commitment to institutional diversity. Faculty members are committed to providing all persons equal access to the programs in School Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and the doctoral program through Counseling and Human Development Services without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual identity, national origin, physical disability or mental disability (unless the disability interferes with the practice of counseling), and the identification as a disabled veteran.
If you are interested in joining the faculty and students of Kent State University’s CHDS doctoral program, please contact Jane A. Cox, the CHDS Doctoral Coordinator. Dr. Cox welcomes your inquiries and she can be reached via office telephone (330-672-0698), email (email@example.com), or postal mail (Kent State University, College of Education, Health, and Human Services, Counseling and Human Development Services Program – 310 White Hall, Kent, Ohio 44242-0001).