Dual Admission Program Application and Deadlines

  • Winter 2017: November 1, 2016
  • Fall 2017 : February 1, 2017

Please click the link provided for the supplemental premier program application.


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Family Therapy Dual Admission Program

Dual Admission – Family Therapy

Bachelor's Degree and Master of Science in Family Therapy Degree

The master's degree program in marriage and family therapy prepares students to become licensed marriage and family therapists. Our graduates are employed in private practice, agency, school, and faith based settings, as therapists working with individuals, couples, groups, and families.

The Family Therapy Dual Admission Program is available for qualified freshmen and transfer students interested in these growing fields. Students must complete the baccalaureate degree and all prerequisite coursework before entering the family therapy program.

To apply for Dual Admission, download the Shark Preview Premier Programs application form here: Shark Preview Premier Programs

Degrees: Bachelor;s Degree (Any Major)
Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Years to Complete 4+6 semesters
Preadmission Interview Yes (Shark Preview Competition Weekend)

Winter 2017: November 1, 2016

Fall 2017 : February 1, 2017

Undergraduate Admission Requirements
High School: GPA 3.0 weighted
Freshman: ACT/SAT 22 composite ACT or 1080 total SAT. For SAT attempts prior to March 2016, a total score of 1000 is acceptable.
Transfer: College GPA 3.0
Major / Course Reqs. Any bachelor's degree, prescribed program prerequisites will be communicated upon admission.
Cummulative GPA 3.0
Minimum Credits 50 credits at NSU, 30 upper division
Degree Required Yes
Graduate Application Yes

Final determination of admission into the professional program is at the discretion of the receiving college.