The School of Family Life at Brigham Young University offers a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. The COAMFTE accredited Marriage and Family Therapy program at BYU was established in 1967, making it one of the first universities in the country to offer a Marriage and Family Therapy degree. Because the Marriage and Family Therapy degree emphasizes clinical practice, graduates will be prepared to promote individual and family health and human development within the context of the family system.
Courses include: theoretical foundations of marital and family therapy; analysis and treatment of human sexual development; addictions and violence in families; psychopathology and assessment in marriage and family therapy; marital and individual psychotherapy; issues of gender and ethnicity; the individual and family over the life course; ethical and professional issues for family therapists; and intermediate practicum in marriage and family therapy.
- Average Graduate Tuition: $6,680.00
- Application Deadline: January 15th, December 1st (MFT)
- Credits Required: 70