The PhD program in Counselor Education and Supervision will develop students for leadership positions in the counseling field and to demonstrate the highest ideals and ethics of the profession. Graduates will be prepared through rigorous coursework and meaningful experiential activities, to teach, train and supervise counselors to the highest standards in counseling. Students have access to convenient, flexible online courses plus the benefits of personalized supervision during residencies. Keiser University’s small class size fosters a supportive learning community that facilitates collegial interaction between classmates and faculty.
Upon completion of PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, graduates will be able to explain and employ the principles, concepts, skills and applications of advanced counseling, counselor education, and counselor supervision. This will be accomplished through faculty mentoring, coursework, practica, internship, and independent and dissertation research. Graduates will also be able to apply principles of effective research methods and demonstrate a sense of multicultural awareness and professional communication skills.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges