MFCC - Marriage Family & Child Counseling

MFCC 6090 Comprehensive Exam

This exam provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to integrate and apply the theory and skills acquired in their course work. It is given during the student’s last semester of enrollment prior to graduation. The exam is a standardized written exam. Questions cover the area of specialization as indicated on the student’s degree plan and in this catalog. The policies and procedures for the administration and scoring of the comprehensive examination for each specialization are available through the Director of the Graduate Counseling Program and the Program Coordinator. The comprehensive exam may only be retaken once. Exam fee is required.



MFCC 6399 Marriage & Family Therapy Supervision

This course is designed to explore the major conceptual approaches, methods, and techniques; evaluation; and ethical and legal issues related to clinical supervision of marriage and family therapists. Definitions, theory-based approaches, supervision formats, and research are reviewed. This course is taught with both a didactic and experiential component. Throughout this course, students will focus on strategies for working with supervisees representing diverse backgrounds and developmental and learning styles. After a critical analysis of the purpose of supervision and theoretical frameworks and models of marriage and family supervision. Students will develop and apply their own theory of supervision in a supervised practice setting that includes each student supervising a group of marriage and family practicum students. Approval is needed prior to registering for this course.