Spring 2014 Comprehensive Exam Administration:
Saturday, March 22nd (time TBA)
As a reminder, effective January 1, 2014, the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) fee per student will be $50 (at our university site).
CCE ONLY accepts a cashier’s check or money order payable to CCE.
Students planning to take Comps this academic year are strongly encouraged to note this date and keep it free from other commitments. Please remember Comps are only offered 2 times per year (Fall and Spring) -- There is no summer administration, nor are there any other alternative administrations.
Students are again reminded that we have a thorough overview of Comps and responses to Comps FAQ at the following URL:
Ph.D Program in Counselor Education
Montclair State University is accepting applicants for its Ph.D program in Counselor Education for Fall 2014.
Located just outside of New York City, our program prepares culturally responsive, social justice advocates to teach and supervise future generations of counselors, provide post-academic supervision to practicing counselors, conduct rigorous research and program evaluations, and perform administrative and supervisory duties with a variety of organizations. Our program graduates have obtained positions as faculty members in Counseling programs, directors in human services settings, and advanced clinical supervisors.
Individuals with counselor education doctoral degrees work as academic faculty in higher education and in administrative and managerial roles in health care agencies, nonprofit organizations, community agencies, and student affairs/academic affairs units in colleges and universities as well as in businesses. In addition they serve as consultants for agencies on specific projects-for example, consultants to state departments of education concerning guidance outreach to underserved populations.
The Montclair State University Ph.D program in Counselor Education combines scholarly preparation and advanced counseling and supervision practice in preparation to pursue these and other career opportunities. As well as encouraging students to collaborate on research being conducted by faculty members, the faculty members are committed to mentoring doctoral students in developing their own areas of research and leadership.
We accept students on a part-time and full-time basis each fall. Applications are being accepted for Fall 2014 study. Review of completed applications, including review for doctoral assistantships, will begin on or about November 1, 2013. The final application deadline for Fall 2014 is March 1, 2014 (all required materials must be submitted). Please contact Harriet Glosoff, email@example.com with any questions you may have.
MA in Counseling Program is Accredited by CACREP
The MA in Counseling graduate program, located in the College of Education & Human Services, is accredited by the prestigious Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). CACREP has established rigorous standards for the preparation of counselors, and only about 21% of counseling graduate degree programs in the United States are accredited by CACREP.
The vision of CACREP is to provide leadership and to promote excellence in professional preparation though the accreditation of counseling and related educational programs. As an accrediting body, CACREP is committed to the development of standards and procedures that reflect the needs of a dynamic, diverse and complex society. CACREP is dedicated to (1) encouraging and promoting the continuing development and improvement of preparation programs, and (2) preparing counseling and related professionals to provide service consistent with the ideal of optimal human development.
The MA in Counseling graduate program at Montclair State University allows its students to elect a concentration in one of four areas: Addictions Counseling, Community Counseling, School Counseling and Student Affairs/Counseling in Higher Education. The department of Counseling and Educational Leadership also offers post-baccalaureate and post-master's certification and certificate programs in Counseling, and the PhD in Counselor Education. For more information about these graduate programs in Counseling, please visit the department Web site.