Doctoral student attrition rates across programs and disciplines have been persistently high. This study investigated departmental approaches believed to best support counselor education doctoral students toward the successful completion of their degrees. Twenty-four doctoral students and twenty-three faculty members in counselor education programs completed a Q sort of 38 statements. Four factors emerged from the data each representing distinct collective perspectives. These factors are described and discussed along with implications for counselor education programs.

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Keywords doctoral program completion, PhD completion
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.15133/j.os.2012.015
Journal Operant Subjectivity