Sunday, January 26, 2014

Study for your Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Montana

We are pleased to announce that the University of Montana is currently accepting applications for the doctoral degree in Counselor Education.

The Department of Counselor Education currently has two CACREP-Accredited (through 2021) Master’s degree programs (one in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and the other in School Counseling). Our doctoral program is very small, with only 10 enrolled students. This small size offers unparalleled opportunities to work closely with faculty in teaching, supervision, counseling practice, research, and publishing.

In the coming years we are seeking to grow our doctoral program. Additionally, we are working toward CACREP-accreditation of the doctoral program and in shifting the final degree from an Ed.D. to a Ph.D.

Currently, we have a rolling deadline for doctoral applications. However, to be considered for a Teaching Assistantship (which includes a stipend and tuition waiver), you should submit your application by February 15, 2014.

Our doctoral program in Counselor Education and Supervision will prepare you to pursue a career as a counselor educator at the university level or as a clinical supervisor in community mental health agencies or schools.

You can obtain more information about our growing doctoral program by visiting our general Counselor Education departmental website and following the links to the Ed.D. degree. You are also welcome to contact departmental faculty (Kirsten Murray, Ph.D., or John Sommers-Flanagan, Ph.D., directly via email with whatever questions you may have.

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