It is always an exciting time to be at Purdue! Purdue University is one of the largest and most prestigious university in the nation and the world, and has an international student enrollment that is among the top three public universities. The Counseling Psychology (CPSY) program, which is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association, has four core faculty and 31 full-time doctoral students. In 2006 and 2012, the program hosted the Annual Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference on the Purdue campus.
The core faculty members have interesting and diverse research and applied interests. Even so, a common thread runs through the research programs, namely, college student development, adjustment, and well-being. The faculty have active, programmatic research lines in romantic/counseling attachment, grief and bereavement issues, multicultural issues, and career development.
The CPSY program accepts applicants from both the master's and bachelor's level. The application deadline is December 1st.