The MFTS Concentration requires the completion of three graduate courses addressing family systems, working with couples and family therapy theory, and counseling techniques. The Marriage and Family Therapy Studies concentration DOES NOT grant any certification or licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy. It may fulfill the academic course requirements in order to apply for licensure, however, those interested should contact their State Licensure Board to verify. Effective July 1, 2020, applicants wishing to apply to the Florida Department of Medical Quality Assurance for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist must have graduated with a counseling degree from a COAMFTE or CACREP accredited program.
COU 5333 Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems 3 Credit Hours
COU 5353 Family Therapy Theory and Techniques 3 Credit Hours
COU 5363 Marriage Theory and Counseling Techniques 3 Credit Hours
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