The residential Marriage and Family Counseling program consists of a minimum of 60 hours. This degree program is appropriate for those seeking licensure as Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT). This program provides graduates a thorough background in individual and group counseling theories and techniques, as well as clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on the integration of faith into counseling practice, and understanding the ethical, professional, and legal issues in counseling.
3 credit hour internship is required. Students' internship experiences must consist of work with couples, families and individuals from a systems perspective, with the majority of the direct service clock hours occurring with couples and family units.
Sampling of program courses: