Undergraduate prerequisites (can be taken after admission)
6 credit hours in Psychology
3 credit hours in Statistics (can be MATH 201)
The Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy degree program is designed to lead to professional licensure as outlined by individual state boards of counseling, however, students should consult the rules and regulations regarding licensure for their particular state.
Please note, if your application reflects an address within one of our Problem States, you will be asked to submit a statement reflecting your understanding of these regulations. You will receive information regarding this statement once you apply.