MS Psychology, MFT Program
Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) and LPCC
This program is specifically designed by WISR, and approved by the State of California’s Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to prepare students to obtain the State’s Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) License and the State’s Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) License.
Upon the completion of this degree program (including as an option, some extra, required coursework for the LPCC), students must obtain the necessary number of hours of supervised internship experience and pass the State-required licensing exams, in order to obtain the MFT
license, and if they choose as an added option, the LPCC license.
This program prepares students for successful private counseling practice as an MFT and/or LPCC, and for professional practice in non-profit community agencies as well as in some public agencies, educational institutions and health organizations.
This program requires 60+ semester units of study in areas designated by the State of California for these licenses, and incorporates both State-mandated content and individualized studies.
- Units of Study: 60 Semester Units
- Length of Study (self paced): 3 years full time, 6 years part time
- Tuition: $8,400 per year (See catalog for a list of all fees)
- Program Tuition: 6 years: $50,400; 3 years: $25,200
- Admission Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
- Enrollment Start Date: First of any month
There is a great amount of further detail on the program in our catalog (top navigation bar).
If you have questions after reviewing the catalog or have questions now, please contact us.
Typically the President will call you back (it’s something he loves to do) and the two of you may interview one another.
We recognized that this may be one of the most important decisions in your life.
We want you to have all the support you need to make a such a momentous choice.