Marriage & Family Therapy
Marriage and Family Therapy can be added as a concentration to the MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MEd in School Counseling or MEd in School Psychology programs, or can be taken as a stand-alone graduate certificate.
For students interested in pursuing the graduate certificate only, simply complete the online application for admission and provide a transcript showing the successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher and a current résumé. No admissions tests are required. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required to complete the graduate certificate.
|MFT 5010 Foundational Methods in Marriage and Family Therapy||3|
|MFT 5020 Current Issues in Marriage and Family Therapy||3|
|MFT 5030 Foundations and Ethics in Marriage and Family Therapy||3|
|MFT 5900 Seminar and Internship in Marriage and Family Therapy||6|
Total for Marriage and Family Therapy – 15 credits
Contact Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director, Dr. Stephen Flynn, with any questions related to the MFT program or certificate.