Graduate Achievement Data

Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE) requires accredited programs to provide Graduate Achievement data, starting with the year the program becomes accredited or over the most recent 7 years. The following tables provide all Graduate Achievement data for the Master's in Marital and Family Therapy programs.

On-Campus Program

FT=Full‐time • PT=Part‐time • In Process = Students from the cohort listed have yet to graduate from the cohort year listed.

Online Program

FT=Full‐time • PT=Part‐time • IP=In Process: Students from the cohort listed have yet to graduate from the cohort year listed.

Programs are only required to provide data on the past 7 years/cohort or since the program was initially accredited, whichever is shorter.

For Master's programs only, COAMFTE has established a benchmark of 70% licensure rate for each cohort.

i Online branch program was added in September 2021, COAMFTE approved November 2021.

ii Graduation Rate is the program's Advertised Length of Completion which is how long the program is designed to complete as written.

iii Job Placement Rate is the percentage of graduates from the cohort year that are employed utilizing skills learned in the COAMFTE accredited program.

iv Licensure rate is the percentage of graduates from the cohort year that have achieved ANY level of MFT licensure.

Our Faculty

Each faculty member within the department of Counseling and Family Sciences supports the mission, goals and learning outcomes of the Marital and Family Therapy MS program as well as the mission and values of the university. Although our educational backgrounds represent various disciplines, we share a common respect for and belief in systemic-relational thinking and evidence-based practice. This is demonstrated by our efforts in reviewing and voting on individual program policies as well as accreditation, involvement in various ongoing presentation and publication efforts, advocating and modeling a systems-relational perspective in clinical practice and supervision of students both in and outside of the classroom.


The Marital and Family Therapy MS program is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse student, faculty, and supervisor body. We believe that it is this diversity that helps us to provide an open educational environment that seeks to advance the field of Marriage and Family Therapy in consideration of all families. Our current demographics are shown below.


  Male Female
Faculty 4 9
Supervisors 8 21
Students 10 35


  Asian African-American/Black White/Non-Hispanic Hispanic/Latino/Chicano Multiethnic Native Other
Faculty 1 3 6 2 0 0 -
Supervisors 2 4 10 10 3 0 1
Students 10 7 10 13 5 0 -

Student Enrollment Status

  Full-Time Part-Time
Students 32 13

Marital and Family Therapy (MS)