Marriage and Family Therapy – MMFT

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Core Curriculum Overview
SH = Semester Hours

Assessment and Diagnosis (6 SH)
Human Development and Family Relations (9 SH)
Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy (15 SH)
Research in Marriage and Family Therapy (3 SH)
Theoretical Foundations of Marriage and Family
Therapy (9 SH)
Clinical Practice (9-15 SH)

Three to five consecutive semesters as needed to complete a minimum of 500 clinical hours – A minimum of 40% relational.

Additional Core Coursework (12 SH)
Thesis: Optional (6 SH)

MMFT Program of Study (69 SH)
Full-time (Sample Program)
Part-time (Sample Program)

The Marriage and Family Therapy Program (MMFT) recruits, interviews, and admits individuals without regard to race, color, marital status, age, ethnicity, religion, political affiliation, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical disability, and/or personal appearance, and provides reasonable accommodations upon request.