Couples & Family Therapy

Master of Science

The Master of Science (MS) in Couples and Family Therapy provides the knowledge and skills needed to become a licensed marriage and family therapist and an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Clinical Fellow. This program will prepare graduates to work in private practice, counseling centers, mental health agencies, hospitals, family service clinics, shelters, and state departments for children and family services.

Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when Couples and Family Therapy courses will be offered.

Curriculum Requirements

Couples and Family Therapy Component – 39 credits

Couples and Family Therapy Specialization Component – 21 credits

Minimum Total for MS in Couples and Family Therapy – 60 credits

Add a concentration

Students who are interested in adding a concentration to the MS in Couples and Family Therapy can choose from the following options: