1 Minimum length of time is the shortest time possible that a student could complete the program (i.e., a student doubled up on coursework one semester and was able to graduate early). Advertised length of time is how long the program is designed to complete as written. Maximum length of time is the maximum allowable time in which a student could finish the program (i.e., if a student needed to take time off due to illness, family responsibilities, etc.).
2 Program are only required to provide data on the past 10 years/cohort or since the program was initial accredited, whichever is shorter.
3 This is defined as the percentage of graduates from the cohort year listed that are employed within 3 years of their graduation utilizing skills learned in the COAMFTE accredited program. Masters and Doctoral programs are required to provide this information. Post-Degree programs are encouraged to share this with the public.
4 RTS MFTC students can chose to take the national licensure exam for Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists or Licensed Professional Counselors (or both). The pass rate for the AAMFT Regulatory Board exam (MFT) and the National Counselor Exam (NCE) reflect test results as reported by our graduates. The column “MFT or NCE Pass Rate” reflects the percentage of reporting graduates who passed at least one of the two national exams.
5 Master programs are required to provide this information. Doctoral and Post-Degree programs are encouraged to share this with the public. For Master’s programs only, COAMFTE has established a benchmark of 70% pass rate for each cohort.