counselor education, tenure and promotion, scholarly productivity, doctoral-level counseling programs
This article describes the results of a survey that inquired about the tenure standards, scholarly productivity, and workloads of counselor educators (N = 119) at doctoral-level counselor education programs. These survey results were then compared to the results attained in an earlier study of counselor educators (N = 168) at master’s-only programs at comprehensive universities (Hatchett, 2020). These two groups of counselor educators differed on the following variables: proportion of counselor educators with Ph.D.’s, binary gender, perceptions of tenure criteria, scholarly productivity on an annual basis and at the time of tenure applications, teaching schedules, distribution of work responsibilities, work hours, and income. Implications for counselor education and training are presented.
Hatchett, G. (2021). Tenure Standards, Scholarly Productivity, and Workloads of Counselor Educators at Doctoral and Master's-Only Counseling Programs. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 14(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/jcps/vol14/iss4/4