A minimum of 18 credits are required for the professional diploma. Students must enroll in courses for which they have not earned previous credit.
I. Marriage and Family Studies
|CPSY 6601||Couple and Family Dynamics: Systemic Perspectives|
|CPSY 7610||Human Sexuality I|
|CPSY 7615||Gender and Ethnicity in the Family|
|CPSY 7620||Seminar in Systemic Therapies|
|CPSY 8011||Seminar in Ethical and Legal Issues: A Systemic Approach|
|CPSY 8517||Seminar on Psychopathology and Systemic Diagnoses|
|CPSY 8518||Seminar on Systemic Perspectives on Human Pathologies|
II. Marriage and Family Assessment/Therapy
|CPSY 7621||Couple and Family Systems Techniques I|
|CPSY 7622||Couple and Family Systems Techniques II|
|CPSY 8801||Foundations of Assessment and Treatment in Systems|
|CPSY 7508||Family Assessment|
|CPSY 9880||Internship in Couple and Family Therapy I|
|CPSY 9881||Internship in Couple and Family Therapy II|
|CPSY 9985||Introduction to Child and Adolescent Therapy|
Recommended sequence for students without previous background: 6601, 7620, 7610 or 7615, 7621, 7622, 8801.
See the University's graduate catalogue for further details.