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Tennessee Tech’s Ph.D. in Counseling and Supervision is still accepting applications. No GRE is required. Please see the information below. If you have any questions, contact Dr. Tony Michael at

Program Description

The program seeks to prepare and enhance students’ capacity for skill development and critical thinking as they become clinicians, supervisors, educators, advocates, scholars, leaders, and program evaluators within the counseling profession.

The faculty emphasizes a dynamic and collaborative learning environment, leading students to actualize their potential through an infusion of scholarship and real-world problem-solving.

Through meeting this goal, the program also impacts our region by helping meet the community’s mental health and addiction treatment needs.

The program consists of a minimum of 48 hours and includes experiential components that contain a 100-hour clinical practicum, 600-hour internship, and dissertation research (i.e., aligns with the CACREP 2016 standards).

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About Tennessee Tech University

Students at Tennessee Tech get more than a top-notch education. They learn to be leaders in their chosen careers and lifelong learners.

Partnerships between students and faculty combine disciplines and ideas in multi-disciplinary projects and research. Outside the classroom, they learn about cultures across the globe, discover how to be good citizens through service organizations and dozens of student clubs, gain exposure to the arts and build friendships across ages, backgrounds, and interests.

With an enrollment of more than 10,500 students, TTU offers more than 40 undergraduate and 20 graduate degrees across eight academic colleges and schools: Agriculture and Human Ecology, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Nursing.

About Cookeville and the Upper Cumberland Region

A town of about 30,000 people (with over 100,000 individuals coming in each day), Cookeville offers the best of rural and urban living. Centrally located among three of Tennessee’s largest cities (about two hours from Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga), the campus is surrounded by lakes, state parks, mountains, and rivers in one of the most ecologically diverse climates in the nation.