Marriage and Family Therapy Degree Requirements

The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School's Policy Guide.

Courses Units
Core Courses
MS FT 401 Basic Concepts of Systems Therapy 1
MS FT 402 Methods of Systems Therapy 1
MS FT 403 Self and Other Systems: Theory and Interventions 1
MS FT 410 Human Development and The Life Cycle 1
MS FT 411 Intimate Relations I 1
MS FT 412 Special Problems and Populations 1
MS FT 413 Intimate Relations II 1
MS FT 429 Sex Therapy 1
MS FT 421 Systemic Assessment 1
MS FT 424 Group Therapy Internship 0
MS FT 427 Family of Origin and Intra-psychic Work from a Systemic Perspective 1
MS FT 429 Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Marital and Family Therapy 1
MS FT 430 Power, Privilege, and Difference 1
MS FT 436 Family Therapy Treatment Models 1
MS FT 440 Systemic Perspectives in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse 1
MS FT 480 Pre-practicum in Family Therapy 1
MS FT 481 Internship in Marital and Family Therapy (winter, spring, and summer quarters, first year) 3
MS FT 481 Advanced Internship in Marital and Family Therapy (fall, winter, and spring quarters, second year 1
Total required units: 22

Other MSMFT Degree Requirements

Clinical practicum involving over 500 hours of face-to-face contact with clients and more than 250 hours of group and individual supervision.