Join us on Thursday, December 5th for a Graduate Information Session featuring the Ph.D. program in Counselor Education. This is an opportunity to learn about our program and talk with faculty and current students. The session will take place at 5:30pm in the Special Collections room of Sprague Library.
The Ph.D. program in Counselor Education is built on the national accreditation standards for master’s-level counseling programs. It is assumed that Ph.D. applicants already have a master’s degree in counseling and a minimum of two years of post-master’s counseling experience by the time of admission. 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. Program graduates may seek employment in communities, agencies, schools and in colleges and universities in the following roles:
- Academic Faculty Member
- Program Managers or program developers
The Counselor Education faculty has a
distinguished record of scholarship in a variety of areas (please go to the following link
for further information: http://www.montclair.edu/cehs/academics/departments/cel/academic-programs/counselor-ed/) and are leaders in national, regional, and state counseling
associations. The combination of scholarly preparation, a thoughtful choice of a program cognate (area of specialization), and faculty mentoring in research, teaching, supervision, leadership, and counseling provides an exciting and life-changing experience to individuals desiring to make significant contributions to schools, agencies, the counseling profession, and society.
Additional details including the specific location, directions and parking instructions will be emailed to those registered prior to the event. We encourage you to review the information on our website (http://www.montclair.edu/cehs/academics/departments/cel/academic-programs/counselor-ed/) before attending our information session.
Please use the following link to register for the December 5th Information Session: