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Monday, October 7, 2013

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY COUNSELOR EDUCATION and SUPERVISION DOCTORAL PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY
COUNSELOR EDUCATION and SUPERVISION DOCTORAL PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES

Interested in a career as a counselor educator and supervisor? Please Explore the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program at Penn State University!

* *Graduate Assistantships Available for Qualified Applicants
The Counselor Education and Supervision program at Penn State University is inviting applicants for our CACREP-accredited Ph.D. program that has long history of over 50-years of excellence. Consistently ranked among the top ten in the country by U.S. News and World Report and the Chronicle of Higher Education, our program’s mission is to prepare students for work as counselor educators, clinical supervisors, and advanced practitioners in academic and counseling settings.

As part of the doctoral program, students can focus on a specialty area of interest, for example, school counseling, mental health counseling, or rehabilitation counseling. Interdisciplinary study, research, and writing are emphasized. We accept students for a fall start date and all current full-time students receive financial assistance in the form of fellowships or graduate assistantships which pay full tuition plus a monthly stipend.

Faculty members are fully committed to our doctoral students and their professional development. Faculty members typically advise one doctoral student per cohort group which provides significant personalized attention. The faculty are active in teaching, research, and professional service, having received many national awards in these areas. Most faculty members currently serve or have served as president of national counseling associations and organizations, including Chi Sigma Iota, the National Career Development Association, and American Rehabilitation Counseling Association. Faculty members have been editors of scholarly journals including theJournal of Counseling and Development, the Career Development Quarterly, and Rehabilitation Education, while others serve as associate editors or editorial board members.

To learn more about the outstanding Doctoral Program at Penn State University, find application materials for the department and the graduate school, please go to
 http://www.ed.psu.edu/educ/epcse/counselor-education/ph-d-program-in-counselor-education
, or contact Dr. JoLynn Carney (Doctoral Coordinator) at jcarney@psu.edu or Ms. Chris Andrus (Administrative Assistant) atcma18@psu.edu. Admission applications must be received by the December 15, 2013 deadline date to be considered for admission.

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