Director, Counseling and Human Relations and Ranked Faculty
The Director is responsible for administration and coordination of the Counseling and Human Relations program, composed of three graduate degree programs (MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS in Human Relations, and MS in School Counseling). The Director represents the Program in national, state, local, university, and regulatory and governmental arenas. The Director supervises and evaluates two other full-time faculty members, the Clinical Coordinator/Clinical Supervisor and those adjunct faculty members needed at any time, one administrative assistant, and one graduate assistant. The position involves development, coordination, monitoring, and administration of degree programs, curricula, and pertinent academic policies. In addition, the Director oversees screening, admission, and evaluation of matriculated and certification/licensing of students, coordinating assessment practices, and program evaluation. The Director guides accreditation and review of each degree program as appropriate. Responsibilities also include teaching in areas of expertise, scholarship, academic and career advising, and service.