What outcomes can you expect?
- Marriage Counselor
- Clinical Therapist
- Family Therapist
- Addiction Counselor
- Clinical Program Director
- Case Manager
ACU’s Master of Marriage and Family Therapy program prepares you for Christian service and leadership in a variety of secular and faith-based settings where you can help families and couples work through and cope with difficult issues.
As our world become more complex, more and new challenges face families of all shapes and sizes, from financial to emotional. This means the need for professionals in this area is on the rise: The Department of Labor reports that this career field will grow faster than the average occupation through 2024.
ACU’s graduate program in marriage and family therapy combines theory and clinical training, including a 500-hour internship, typically at ACU’s on-site Marriage and Family Institute. Learn about other internship opportunities in Abilene.
Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of families in your community? Talk to us today or apply now.
Note: This degree is also available online.
Marriage and Family Therapy, MMFT (MFTH)
Thesis Track, MMFT (MFTT)
Program length: 2 years
Credit hours: 60
Tuition per credit hour: $1,169
Family Theory/General Systems Theory
Family Therapy across the Life Cycle
Theological Perspectives on Human Behavior
Marriage and Family Studies
Priority Review: February 15
Standard Review: April 1 (deadline may extend if space is available)