In Bethel’s marriage and family therapy program, you’ll gain expertise in clinical practice and theory in combination with Christian theology so you’re ready to earn your license and provide holistic therapy to those in need.
Face to Face
You'll meet for daytime classes only at one of our convenient locations.
Location: St. PaulFall 2017 Fall 2018
Start Dates: Fall 2017, and Fall 2018
Approximate Program Length
The required coursework in Bethel Seminary's M.F.T. program meets all academic requirements for licensure as a marriage and family therapist in the state of Minnesota and most other states. However, you’ll need additional supervised clinical practice and the passing of a licensing examination to obtain actual licensure.
You’ll take most courses on the St. Paul campus during the day, with a few courses offered as weeklong intensives, typically in June. You’ll also participate in a 300-hour, 9-month practicum to apply your new skills.