Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy and Counseling
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| Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy Counseling|
|Note: Students may take Systematic Theology and/or their Biblical Studies elective(s) in either year, but they are encouraged to take them in the recommended order above. The faculty advisor must approve selection of the English Bible courses.|
Those MFT students wishing to participate in Commencement exercises must have ALL coursework complete at the end of the spring semester of the 2nd year. See the Registrar for details.
|The cycled courses are offered in alternate years. Students should take the courses when they are offered.|
|* To complete the Clinical Internship requirement, the student must complete a minimum of 9 semester hours of PSY656 Clinical Internship over 15 months (12 months must be consecutive) and a minimum of 500 face-to-face client hours with 200 relational hours. MFTC students registered for PSY656 Clinical Internship may carry no more than 15 clients and no less than 5 clients. All MFTC students must be registered for PSY656 Clinical Internship in order to see clients in clinic, and may continue to register for PSY656 until the 500 client hours are complete.|