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May 23, 2007
Tom Harrison has been appointed as chair of the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology for a three-year term. Harrison has served as interim chair since June 2006.
Counseling and Educational Psychology offers three degrees including a master's, educational specialist, and a doctorate.
The master's degrees include emphases in college student development/counseling in higher education, community counseling, marital, couple and family counseling/therapy, school counseling, educational psychology, and information technology in education.
The educational specialist degree includes community counseling, marital, couple and family counseling/therapy, school counseling, and school psychology.
Doctoral degrees include emphases in counselor education and supervision, human development and learning, information technology in education, and school psychology.