Purpose of the Program;
To meet the need for doctoral education,
To provide students with theoretical and applied knowledge and research skills related to the field of RPD,
To train “expert psychological counselors” who will help individuals in various institutions such as education, health, social services, industry, security, and justice institutions to develop healthily and cope with their problems,
To train “doctor and psychological counselors” for educational institutions at the levels of preschool education, primary education, secondary education, and higher education,
Contributing to closing the “doctor and psychological counselor” gap needed in our country,
To contribute to the training of instructors who will gain the knowledge and skills of Guidance and Psychological Counseling in Higher Education,
To contribute to the field of RPD, the solution of social problems and social development with scientific research and projects to be carried out.
To train researchers, practitioners, and psychological counselors who can work in clinical and academic settings.
For those who are accepted with a master’s degree with a thesis, excluding the time spent in scientific preparation, the doctoral program is eight semesters each semester, starting from the semester in which the courses related to the program they are enrolled in, regardless of whether they are registered or not, and the maximum completion period is twelve semesters; For those admitted with a bachelor’s degree, ten semesters and the maximum completion period is fourteen semesters.
The maximum time to successfully complete the credit courses required for the doctoral program is four semesters for those who are accepted with a master’s degree with a thesis, and six semesters for those who are accepted with a bachelor’s degree. Students who cannot successfully complete their credit courses within this period or cannot achieve the minimum grade point average required by the higher education institution are dismissed from the higher education institution.
The student who successfully completes the credit courses is successful in the proficiency exam and whose thesis proposal is accepted, but who cannot complete the thesis work by the end of the twelve or fourteen semesters specified in the first paragraph, is dismissed.