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The couple and family therapy specialization includes coursework and applied experiences that underscore culture, family, and community health. The online Graduate Program Handbook has details and timelines that will help you launch your career and build a foundation for your personal and professional success.
Students applying to the CFT program must have a clinical master's degree (e.g., couple/marriage and family therapy, social work, psychology, counseling, psychiatric nursing), or have achieved equivalent clinical experience, as determined by the CFT faculty. Clinical training at the master's level is not offered in this department. Students admitted to the CFT doctoral program are expected to be clinically active throughout the duration of their time in the program with approximately 6-10 hours per week.