Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision

Quick Facts

66 credit hours

Available primarily online in a cohort format

Travel to our main campus once each year

Complete in 4 years (full-time study)

Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools

Student Experience: PhD Program

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“The range of student research interests considerably varies from trauma informed systems, care, and intervention for distressed populations to the experiences of immigrants near the US border communities to providing effective counseling services for US veterans to the intersection of human sexuality and theology. The assembled diversities and experience ensure that our cohort will form the cognitive complexity and critical thinking skills that produce engaged and transformative scholars. ”
Dr. Reggie Moore, PhD Program Chair

Application Deadlines

Fall 2021 application deadline: July 1, 2021

Next round of interviews: Early July
Next round of acceptance decisions: End of July

Scholarship funding is available for students.
Learn more about PhD funding opportunities.

Program Entrance Requirements

CACREP or CORE Masters or equivalent; Masters GPA of 3.5 or higher
Any missing content areas must be completed prior to completion of first year of PhD program

Independently licensed in home state (equivalent of LPC in Colorado), preferred

If licensed, must maintain license throughout program, and submit proof of license and insurance every year

Sign Denver Seminary statement of faith and lifestyle agreement

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