What is an MFT Program?
Our Marriage and Family Therapy program prepares you to work as therapists in private practice and at mental health agencies and organizations. If you have an interest in pursuing a doctoral degree in Applied Developmental Science, the MFT program is a great way to start.
Our program is based on a relational-systemic philosophy that is multiculturally-informed and promotes ethical competency. Your coursework includes a clinical research preparation program in Human Development and Family Studies, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Research.
You can expect to complete the MFT program in two years if you include both summer sessions. Take a moment to learn about the required courses you will take.
Marriage and Family Therapy Specialization Curriculum
Master of Science in Human Development and Family Studies, Marriage and Family Therapy Specialization, Plan A
Our MFT program prepares you for licensure as Marriage and Family Therapists in Colorado and many other states. We ensure you acquire your mandatory 500 client contact hours and 200 supervision hours while you are completing your degree. For over 10 years, we’ve had a 100% passing rate on the national licensing exam.