The Master of Arts in Psychology, with a combined Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counseling emphasis, provides a solid foundation for practice as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist. This program meets the education requirements for licensure in California as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Completing both emphasis areas may give students more options in terms of future careers and may increase marketability in diverse work settings. Students who choose to complete both emphasis areas will complete a total of 69 units.
Who is this program for?
This program is for students interested in practicing professional clinical counseling and/or Marriage and Family Therapy. The program allows for individuals to utilize a variety of skills while covering several competency areas.
What can you do with a degree in psychology?
Students with degrees in Professional Clinical Counseling serve as therapists and or other services in mental health centers, schools, courts and prisons, or private practice and as career counselors.
Students with degrees in marriage and family therapy serve as therapists in mental health centers, schools, courts and prisons, or private practice.