Accommodate Broad Interests and Career Goals with this Specialization
The general family therapy specialization allows you to select courses from a broad range of electives to fit your personal interests and professional ambitions. In today’s challenging world where you never know what issues a family might experience, having this expansive range of familiarities can prove beneficial in many different career choices. It allows you to accommodate broad interests and goals and provides you with the background necessary for work in today’s global and multicultural world.
The NCU Difference
Northcentral University is committed to providing a premier education for our students, and holds the same regional accreditation as other prestigious American universities (WSCUC*). NCU’s Department of Marriage and Family Sciences offers doctoral, master’s and graduate certificate programs in marriage and family therapy. You will learn from our professors, all of whom hold doctoral degrees, and are experienced professionals in your field of study. Our one-to-one mentoring approach to learning allows you to experience individualized interaction. You'll be learning in a class size of one, so there's no need to worry about dropped classes or waiting lists. NCU’s flexible approach to earning a graduate degree online, includes weekly course starts to fit your schedule. Our online programs allow you to pursue your degree on your time. At NCU, there are no residency requirements, no need to travel to a physical campus and no entrance exams. You determine your schedule, just as you determine your educational outcome. That’s why NCU’s independent study approach is designed for you, the self-motivated student, who seeks a higher degree in their educational journey.
“Through my internship, I landed a full-time job as a residential therapist. I am right where I want to be, and I’m super excited.” - Krystal Phillips, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (2016)
*WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510.748.9001, http://www.wascsenior.org.