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Marriage, Couple & Family Therapy

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 # of Grads Working in Field / # Who Provided Info* National Exam Pass Rate* MFT Licensure Rate
2008-2009  21 54.5% 59% 12/12 (100%) 87.5% 58%
2009-2010 22 68.2% 77% 15/15 (100%) 100.00% 66.7%
2010-2011 14 85.7% 100.00% 13/13 (100%) 100.00% 100%
2011-2012 33 78.8% 85% 21/21 (100%) 100.00% 60.7%
2012-2013 37 91.9% 95% 30/32 (94%) 100% 34.25%
2013-2014 30 80% 80% 22/23 (96%) 100% 4.2%
2014-2015 39 87.1% 95% 27/29 (93%) In process In process
2015-2016 37 83.8% In process 27/31 (87%) In process In process
2016-2017 37 In process  In process  In process  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 

*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.