Counseling Psychology Ph.D.
Our program integrates both the science and the practice of counseling psychology. The program requires you to complete a full-time, one-year, pre-doctoral internship. With this degree, you are trained to provide direct psychological services in various settings. These settings include private practice, college/university counseling centers, medical settings, correctional facilities, and Veterans Administration hospitals.
Successful fulfillment of all requirements results in a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in counseling psychology. The curriculum is built on a framework referred to as the “Scientist-Practitioner” model, wherein emphasis is placed on the integration of the science and practice of counseling psychology. The required curriculum includes a full-time, one-year, pre-doctoral internship.
Coursework — 97 hours
- December 12, 2017 (for Fall 2018 start)
- Application Instructions
- Application Supplement Form for COP [Required]
- Personal Reference Form [Required]
- Frequently Asked Questions
The Counseling Psychology program is accredited by the American Psychological Association. The program was re-accredited effective November, 2010, and the next re-accreditation visit is scheduled to take place in 2017. Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Cost & Financial Support
- Auburn University Student Financial Aid
- Scholarships and Financial Aid
- SERC Assistantship Application
Information for Current Students. . .
- Course Substitution
- Practicum Student Evaluation
- Program Approved Clinical Experience (PACE)
- Psychotherapy Project Evaluation
- Internship Planning Information for COP Students
- Non-Curriculum Based Sequencing Information (PDF)
- Tips for Completing Your Dissertation (PDF)