The following graduate programs are housed within NSU's Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Couple and Family Therapy. NSU-KPCOM's Department of Couple and Family Therapy is dedicated to teaching and training its students to work with culturally and sexually diverse populations. To that end, our department prioritizes recruiting diverse faculty, supervisors, staff, and students so as to create an inclusive environment which empowers our students to become authentic and culturally aware practitioners who practice from an affirmative lens and who celebrate differences. We look for faculty, supervisors, staff and students who are self-reflective and open to challenging their own perceptions of social location and who advocate for social justice.
Click on the links below to learn about curriculum, courses, admissions/application requirements, practicum requirements, tuition/fees, related career opportunities, and the Graduate Open House. Click here to read profiles of our department's dedicated faculty members.
M.S. in Couple and Family Therapy
Ph.D. in Couple and Family Therapy
Doctor of Marriage and Family Therapy
In order to successfully complete the program, students are required to have computer and Internet access and knowledge of computer applications such as Word, PowerPoint, Zoom, and Outlook. Other applications and software may be needed depending on the program's academic requirements. Student are required to have computer skills to be able to perform certain academic tasks. These tasks include, but are not limited to, using the electronic resources at the NSU libraries (such as accessing and searching online databases and catalogs), registering via SharkLink at sharklink.nova.edu, and participating in classes via NSU's online learning management system, Canvas. Computers are available at NSU libraries: https://public.library.nova.edu/help/. Assistance with technology is also available for current NSU students: https://www.nova.edu/resources/current-students.html. Students also need to know how to communicate via NSU SharkMail email accounts. Students must use their NSU email accounts when sending email to faculty and staff. When communicating with students via email, faculty and staff members will send emails only to NSU email accounts using NSU-recognized usernames. Assistance is available for students to set up SharkMail Email accounts: https://www.nova.edu/help/live/how-to.html.