Help clients overcome problems within their families and relationships, as well as mental and emotional disorders with ACU’s online Master of Marriage and Family Therapy.
The need for professionals who can help couples and families work through and cope with difficult issues is on the rise. The Department of Labor reports that this career field will grow faster than the average occupation through 2024. Our Master of Marriage and Family Therapy is a 60-hour graduate program that will prepare you for Christian service and leadership in a variety of secular and faith-based clinical, medical or counseling settings.
You will receive practical training in couple, family and child therapy; mental illness; substance abuse and addiction; and assessment and diagnosis. Your online marriage and family therapy graduate program will give you real-world experience through a 500-hour internship. You may also elect to pursue a specialization in Medical Family Therapy, a growing area of interest in the mental health profession, through a 15-credit, 11-month certificate program.
Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of families in your community? Pursue your dream with the right online marriage and family therapy degree. Call us today to talk about our marriage and family online degree program. (This degree is also available on-campus in Abilene.)
This degree is also available on-campus in Abilene.
We understand the cost of graduate school can be overwhelming, which is why ACU offers a variety of financial assistance to qualifying students, including our new ACU Online Achievement Award. Learn more about this new scholarship and other financial aid options here.
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See full ACU online graduate catalog, including admission requirements here.
For a comprehensive list of admission requirements for our Master of Marriage and Family Therapy program, online, please contact a Graduate Advisor.