Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy - Day Format
Benefits of the Program:
In a values-oriented setting, the program offers a clinical and practice-based course of study, emphasizing current, applied methods of psychotherapy.
Instruction is based on a variety of theoretical orientations and therapeutic modalities that are practiced regularly in today's mental health marketplace.
After completing the prerequisites for practicum, students are assisted in locating appropriate field placements and begin their supervised clinical experience toward MFT license requirements.
A master's thesis is not required; however, most courses include a formal paper or project and a final examination.
The program meets prerequisite requirements for application to the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) program at Pepperdine University, although completion of the degree does not guarantee admission to the doctoral program.
An evening format or full-time, daytime format is available
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is offered at our educational centers in West Los Angeles, Encino, Irvine, and Malibu (daytime format only)
Part-time or full-time schedule
Afternoon and evening classes
Evening format enrolls in Fall (September), Spring (January), and Summer (May). Daytime format enrolls in the Fall (September)
Bachelor's degree in psychology not required for evening format
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