Earn a Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy Online
Northcentral University is dedicated to developing innovative and leading-edge industry programs for our students. Our new Doctorate of Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT) is a challenging, yet fulfilling, in-depth degree program designed to meet your own unique professional and personal goals.
No other university can match NCU’s uniquely flexible approach to earning this doctoral degree online, which includes weekly course starts to fit your schedule. Featuring our mentoring approach to learning in a class size of one, you’ll experience one-to-one, individualized interaction with our professionally seasoned, all-doctoral faculty. This DMFT program has no entrance exam requirements, which can be time-consuming and costly. NCU’s independent study approach is designed for the self-motivated student who seeks a higher degree in their educational journey. By enrolling to earn your DMFT online at NCU, you’ll join a vast network of professionals who are making a difference around the globe.
DOCTORATE OF MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPY: PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
6 professionally relevant specializations
Total Credit Hours: At least 60 Credit Hours
Courses: 20 Courses
Recommended Completion Time: 48 Months
Next Start Date: Every Monday
Classroom Size: One
Northcentral University’s Doctorate of Marriage and Family Therapy (DMFT) degree is currently the only DMFT without a residency requirement, so it provides an accessible opportunity to earn a U.S. regionally accredited degree wherever a candidate might reside. Despite that unparalleled flexibility, this quality program is led by our highly credentialed faculty who hold doctoral degrees and have significant experience in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). More than 95% maintain a MFT license and remain clinically active. The NCU DMFT is focused on helping clinical professionals stay within their local communities and enhance the presence of systemic behavioral health providers in their communities and within their profession. -Dr. James Billings, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences Dean
The Program Handbook is designed to serve as a guide that provides you with applicable information that can help you succeed in your goal of becoming a marriage and family therapist. You will find policies and forms related to program admission, confidentiality, student progress and retention, graduation, program learning outcomes, the organizational structure of the program, specific program requirements, discussion on pursuing licensure, and other relevant program documents. It is a supplement to, but not a substitute for, the Northcentral University Catalog to access a web-based version of the handbook.
For additional information, read our Guide to Marriage and Family Therapy. This includes licensure resources, FAQ's and more.