Student Achievement Data
The MCFT program at Lewis & Clark is designed to prepare graduates for employment as marriage and family therapists working with individuals, couples, families, and groups from a systemic perspective.
Graduation and Completion Data
Each year approximately 35 students begin the 3-year, full time program. The table below shows what percentage of these students graduate and attain MFT licensure.
|MCFT Program Student Achievement Data|
|Date of Initial COAMFTE Accreditation: 12/18/2008|
|Advertised Program Length: 3 Years|
|Maximum Time to Complete Program: 5 Years|
|Time After Graduation for MFT License in Oregon: at Least 3 Years|
|Cohort Year Students Entered Program||# Enrolled||% Graduated in 3 Years||% Graduated in 5 Years||Job Placement Rate||National Exam Pass Rate*||MFT Licensure Rate|
|2016-2017||37||78.4%||In process||93.3%||In process||In process|
|2017-2018||28||In process||In process||In process||In process||In process|
|2018-2019||42||In process||In process||In process||In process||In process|
|2019-2020||33||In process||In process||In process||In process||In process|
*Students graduate in August. Employment report by end of December (i.e., employment within 4 months of graduation). Includes those who intentionally take a break.