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The Art Therapy Program provides three education options for prospective students.
The Master’s of Art Therapy is 61 credits with 900 internship hours (400 direct client contact) required for graduation, which provides maximum educational credit received toward credentialing as a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) with the Art Therapy Credentialing Board (BC) and the coursework required for art therapy and counseling state licensure (please check individual state licensure boards to determine specific requirements for each state). All of our classes are on-campus, we do not offer online classes for the Master's of Art Therapy.
This 63-credit thesis option is available by approval from the program for students to
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A bachelor's degree, with 18 credits in art, including painting, drawing, and figurative clay, and 12 credits in the behavioral and/or social sciences, including abnormal psychology and human development. Coursework grades must be B or above to be accepted.
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