Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development (PhD): Counseling and Counselor Education Concentration
|Scholar Leader Courses
|Special Topics in Education Research (Scholar Leader: Diversity and Equity in Schools and Community)
|Special Topics in Education Research (Scholar Leader: Systemic Change in Education and Society)
|Required College Research Methods *
|Applied Quantitative Methods in Education I
|Introduction to Qualitative Research in Education
|Applied Quantitative Methods in Education II
or ED 731
|Advanced Qualitative Research and Data Analysis in Education
or ED 750
|Mixed Methods Research in Education
Select two additional three credit hour advanced research courses in conjunction with the academic committee
ED 700 Introduction to Research Design in Education, or its equivalent is a pre-requisite course for any research course. A graduate student may take it as part of their Program Area of Study, with approval from their advisor.
|Scholar Core Required Courses or Experiences
|Advanced Multicultural Counseling
|Professional Issues In Counseling
|Program Area of Study 1
|Career Development Theory and Research
|Counseling Supervision: Theory and Research
|Advanced Counseling Practicum
|Internship in Supervision
|Internship in Teaching in Counselor Education
|Thesis Equivalence Course
|Doctoral Research Projects
|Dissertation Courses 3
|Doctoral Dissertation Research
or ECD 899
|Doctoral Dissertation Preparation
Prerequisites: (number of credits: zero to variable) 600 hour internship and masters level course work equivalent to those of a CACREP accredited program. Because of the impact of COVID-19 pandemic, the accreditation review has been delayed. We expect to receive a one-year extension of accreditation from CACREP to complete the review process.
A thesis equivalent is a program requirement for those not having completed a thesis during their master’s program.
For doctoral students either part-time or full-time who are working on their dissertation. Writing the dissertation requires a major commitment of time and effort on both the part of the doctoral student and the faculty advisor. There should be consultation between the student and the dissertation chair about what is expected to be accomplished, and how much time is to be invested before the student registers. The College of Education strongly recommends that students who are registering for ECD 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research or ECD 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation register for at least 3 semester hours per semester, when appropriate.