Although there are no prerequisite degree-specific requirements—a bachelor’s degree in any discipline, minimally, is required.
The current CFT Program Progression details a two-year schedule of required coursework for a minimum of 90 credit hours. General descriptions of course work are available online and sample syllabi are available as well.
All courses in the curriculum are designed to provide core knowledge and activities toward the development of talented clinicians who are able to work effectively with a wide variety of client populations.
Our training heavily emphasizes preparation for real-world clinical practice realities.
MS Requirements — Total Credits: 90
|Individual and family development
Two-Year Curriculum Progression Plan
Written Comprehensive Exam — after winter term, first year
Clinical Comprehensive Exam — May of second year
* Students may take EDUC 611 or EDUC 612 depending on their future research interests; consult with advisor.