The Master of Couples and Family Counseling prepares students to work as counselors from a systematic perspective with individuals, couples, families and groups to develop and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. With an emphasis on mastering clinical skills in a relational context, students are prepared to work with a variety of clients for a wide range of clinical issues, including but not limited to conflict, parenting decisions, behavioral issues, sexuality, divorce, grief or other family.

Career Options
The Couple and Family Counseling program prepares students to work in such settings, including but not limited to:

marriage and family counseling clinics
crisis centers
youth agencies
court services
community counseling services
chemical addiction programs