Students who are enrolled in a Univeristy of Arizona Ph.D. program other than Counselor Education and Supervision are eligible to select Counselor Education and Supervision as their minor.
NOTE: A minor in Counselor Education and Supervision does not lead to any certification or licensure to practice as a counselor.
The Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies is committed to research about and teaching of students with disabilities and special abilities. The department’s research, teaching, and service address current issues in special education, rehabilitation, school psychology, and deaf studies. The Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies (DPS) is dedicated to advancing human and economic development through the empowerment and effective inclusion of culturally diverse individuals with disabilities and special abilities of all ages. This is accomplished by conducting research to further knowledge and understanding of abilities, disabilities, adaptations, interventions, and support systems; preparing professionals to educate and facilitate the development of individuals with disabilities and special abilities; and providing leadership at the local, state, national, and international levels. To accomplish our mission, the department offers nationally recognized undergraduate, master's, educational specialist, and doctoral-level degrees to prepare teachers, counselors, specialists, administrators, school psychologists, school counselors, and researchers and educators in special education, rehabilitation, school psychology, gifted education, sign language and deaf studies, and educational interpreting.
College of Education
University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
Identify a minor advisor (Counseling faculty).
Elective coursework is not applicable.
There are no additional requirements.
Please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for students who are pursuing this program of study.