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Required courses:

FT 99-02 Comprehensive Examination in Family Studies
PY 433 Behavioral Statistics
PY 571 Research in Psychology
PY 475 Program Evaluation

Additional courses around which each student's program will be designed include:

FT 447 Lifespan Human Development
FT 550 Introduction to Marriage and Family Therapy
FT 555 Foundations of Marital and Family Therapy
FT 552 Interventions in Structural and Strategic Family Therapy
FT 525 Divorce, Single-parenting and Remarriage
FT 561 Advanced Interventions in Family Therapy
FT 433 Multicultural Issues in Counseling
FT 562 Human Sexuality and Sexual Dysfunction
FT 465 Introduction to Substance Abuse and Addictions
FT 430 Contemporary Families: Culture, Religion, Childbearing and Community
FT 565 Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Family Therapy
FT 556 Research in Marriage and Family Therapy
FT 568 Special Topics in Family Therapy
SE 441 Parents and Families of Children with Disabilities

Other family studies elective courses also may be taken.