Counselor Education Program Evaluation/Accreditation
Program Evaluation Reports
- 2021-2022 Comprehensive Evaluation Report
- EPCE Program Evaluation 2016-2021
- EPCE Program Evaluation 2013-2016
- EPCE Program Evaluation 2011-2013
- EPCE Program Evaluation 2008-2011
- EPCE Program Evaluation 2004-2008
CACREP is the accrediting body for the Counseling programs at Texas Tech University.
CACREP Standards are meant to ensure that students graduate their programs with a professional counselor identity and the ability to demonstrate both knowledge and skill in the content areas. CACREP has eight required core content areas: Professional Counseling Orientation and Ethical Practice; Social and Cultural Diversity; Human Growth and Development; Career Development; Counseling and Helping Relationships; Group Counseling and Group Work; Assessment and Testing; and Research and Evaluation.
You can find more information about CACREP by visiting their website at cacrep.org.
CACREP Vital Statistics
- 2021 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2020 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2019 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2018 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2017 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2016 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2015 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2014 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
- 2013 CACREP Vital Statistics Survey
Program Assessment Plans
Program objectives represent a map or plan for meeting learning outcomes of a program. Specifically, the Counselor Education Program‘s Objectives were developed to communicate the desired learning activities of the program. Further, the objectives were developed based on feedback about the program from students, graduates, site supervisors, advisory board members, and employers. Using themes from the data, the faculty developed the program objectives and agreed upon them. The objectives are required by the program's national accreditation agency CACREP (Council for the Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs).
- To support students in establishing a firm professional counseling/counselor education identity
- To foster professional and personal growth in counseling students
- To create ethically responsible counselors
- To encourage counselors-in-training to contribute to the profession in a unique and specialized manner
- To embody advocacy and social justice approaches and develop counselors-in-training who advocate for their clients and communities
The following table titled Program Objectives Systematic Evaluation provides an overview of the program objectives and specific measures that evaluate the objectives. Specifically, the five program objectives are listed in the left column and the measures to evaluate the objectives are listed in the columns adjacent to the objectives.
- Program Objectives Systematic Evaluation Table
- Program Objectives Systematic Evaluation Data
- Program Success Information
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program
- School Counseling Program
- Doctoral Counselor Education Program
Comprehensive Program Evaluation Plan
- Rubric to Rate Students Dispositions
- Rationale for Assessing Student Dispositions
- Dispositions for Fall 2021 by Program