Counselor Education and Supervision

Program Summary

The doctorate in counselor education and supervision is ideal for those who wish to become university professors or clinical supervisors. Students will get advanced preparation in teaching and research, while further developing leadership and critical thinking skills. This program is nationally accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Graduate Catalog Program Information

Program-Specific Admission Information and Requirements

Affiliated College: College of Education

Degree(s) Offered: Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision

Program Requires GRE: Yes

Letters of Recommendation: 3

Additional Application Requirements

University Requirements

Application Deadlines

All application materials must be received by the appropriate deadline below. (This is a firm deadline.)

Internationals
Living Abroad
Applicants Residing in the U.S. Priority Consideration Late Application
Fall February 1 February 1 December 1 April 1
Summer February 1 December 1 April 1

For More Information

Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education
200 Gabel Hall
Program website
cahe@niu.edu
815-753-1448

Admissions Coordinator:
Kimberly A. Hart
CAHC_Admissions@niu.edu
815-753-5749

Application Contact:
Joan Smola
jsmola@niu.edu
815-753-1448

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