The mission of the Counselor Education & Supervision: Marriage & Family Counseling/Therapy (MFC/T) track is to train students to become advanced practitioners, teachers/supervisors, and researchers in the field of marriage and family therapy. Training is based on a relational view of life in which an understanding and respect for diversity and non-discrimination are fundamentally addressed, practiced, and valued.
The MFC/T doctoral track is dually accredited by COAMFTE and CACREP. Only a select few universities in the nation offer this type of accreditation. Dual accreditation means that upon graduation students have met the current standards in the field of marriage and family therapy and counseling. This type of accreditation insures marketability in a much broader ranges of employment opportunities. For those who are not licensed, with appropriate coursework, students can also sit for the
Student enrollment has remained relatively steady over the past few years reflecting the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics report projecting faster than average growth in counseling positions at both the master’s and doctoral level through 2012 (Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition). Growth in
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Counseling Program/Student Outcomes
(Note: These outcomes combine Counselor Education and Marriage & Family Counseling/Therapy tracks):