Programs offered in counseling are characterized by intensive clinical supervision by faculty members in an on-campus clinic, by strengths in the areas of family systems and couples' therapy, and by the rich multi-ethnic composition of the community, students and clients.

Curriculum Requirements

This variable 60 credit hour program provides the academic and pre-degree supervision requirements for licensing as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Florida.

Core Courses
EPS 667Professional, Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling3
EPS 668Social and Cultural Diversity and Counseling3
EPS 669Psychopathology for Counselors3
EPS 676Counseling Process and Practice3
EPS 677Assessment Strategies for Counselors I3
EPS 678Counseling Theories and Practice3
EPS 679Lifespan Human Development3
EPS 680Theory and Practice with Children and Adolescents3
EPS 681Counseling and Sexuality3
EPS 684Research and Program Evaluation in Counseling3
EPS 685Substance Abuse and Addictions: Theories and Counseling3
Marriage and Family Therapy Specialty
EPS 670Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems3
EPS 671Family Therapy3
EPS 672Therapy for Couples3
Elective3
Select 3 credit hours to fulfill elective requirement 1
Practicum15
Practicum in Counseling I
Practicum Laboratory I
Total Credit Hours60
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