The Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) Consistent with CHEA Recognition Standards, accreditation organizations must establish standards that require accredited programs 'to provide consistent information about academic quality and student achievement and thus to foster continuing public awareness, confidence and investment'. For a listing of student/graduate achievement data, please refer to the individual program listing in the COAMFTE Program Directory.
In the field of marriage and family therapy, the entry level into the profession is at a master's degree.
Graduation Rate for Master's Programs
Students looking to advance in marriage and family therapy, can also pursue a doctoral degree or post-degree.