Marriage and Family Therapy (SMFT) is a specialization in Applied Human Development and Family Sciences M.S. program. The specialization prepares you for a career as a licensed couple and family therapist. The intensive 21-month (5 semester) program is a blend of academic coursework in systemic theory and therapeutic techniques along with hands-on clinical training. Graduates gain 500 hours of supervised clinical experience as a therapist. The SMFT program is accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Marriage and Family Education (COAMFTE).
Affiliated College: College of Health and Human Sciences
Degree(s) Offered: M.S. in Applied Human Development and Family Sciences with a Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy
Program Requires GRE: No
Letters of Recommendation: 3
All application materials must be received by the appropriate deadline below to ensure priority consideration.
|Internationals Living Abroad||Applicants Residing in the US||Priority Consideration|
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