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Marriage & Family Therapy Certificate


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Under the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs, the Marriage and Family Therapy Program admits applicants to an Advanced Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy program. Applicants who have earned a Master’s Degree in a related mental health field, but who have not completed the requirements for licensure as delineated by the State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Marriage and Family Therapists and Clinical Professional Counselors, may complete a course of study designed to meet the state’s requirements. Students are responsible to consult with the Board of Examiners regarding the courses they will need for licensure. Certificate students are recognized by The Graduate College asMarriage and Family Therapy Program students. Typically, certificate students will complete a course of study very similar to that of a master’s degree graduate student in Marriage and Family Therapy. However, additional coursework may be needed to meet state licensing requirements. Once admitted, certificate students are viewed by the department as full participants in the department.

Admission Requirements for Certificate Programs

This program is currently not accepting students at this time. Please contact the Marriage and Family Therapy Program in the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs for more information about other program options.

Certificate Requirements


To earn a certificate, students must have a grade point average of 3.00 or better in each course. Students who receive an F or more than two Cs will be separated from the program.

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