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COUN 7363. Application of Counseling Research. 3 Hours.

Fundamental concepts and tools of research applied to educational problems. Each student will prepare a proposal for the dissertation. COUN 7332, COUN 7374, COUN 7362, and COUN 7372, with a grade of B or higher, cannot take concurrently.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into a counselor education doctoral program.

Ph.D. in Counselor Education
The Counselor Education doctoral program provides the highest professional degree available to students who aspire to work in leadership positions in counselor education and supervision or school counseling. Many of our graduates have gone on to do entrepreneurial work with a model they created from their dissertation work. The Ph.D. in Counselor Education includes a prescribed curriculum consisting of required and elective courses for 60 hours of post-master's graduate credit. Qualified applicants must be a graduate of a CACREP accredited master's degree or 60-hour equivalent master's degree. Additionally, the doctoral degree is awarded on the basis of successful completion of coursework, the passing of comprehensive exams, and the completion of a major research study resulting in the presentation and defense of a dissertation.