Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy (post-masters certificate)
The online post-graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy will provide students documentation of having completed a program of instruction in marriage and family therapy at the graduate level. Completion of the certificate program will enable graduates to integrate academic knowledge of marriage and family therapy into their own disciplinary field and/or work situation. The certificate program will allow graduates to accumulate specific academic knowledge that can be applied to a wide- ranging client base throughout helping professions..
Students will be expected to successfully complete 21 semester hours in order to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Students should choose 3 MFT therapy courses, 3 MFT studies courses and the course in MFT ethics. Additional coursework is recommended, but not required. The list of MFT courses are as follows:
MFT Therapy Courses (9 hours required) COUN 7285 COUN 7275 COUN 7286 COUN 7288
MFT Studies Courses (9 hours required) COUN 7185 COUN 7215 COUN 6175 COUN 6105 COUN 6555
MFT Ethics (3 hours required) COUN 7216
General Requirements A baccalaureate or master degree from a college or university accredited by one of the regional accrediting associations Application + $50 non-refundable application fee (apply online or print form (PDF)) Certificate of Immunization (PDF) Official transcript from each college and university attended Test scores from the GRE, GMAT, MAT or other standardized test as required by the individual degree program Verification and proof of Lawful Presence