Board of Behavioral Sciences Educational Requirements

Students awarded the degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University meet the Board of Behavioral Sciences curriculum requirements for licensure as Marriage and Family Therapists in the State of California and can also meet academic requirements towards LPCC licensure in California. Students interested in licensure in a state other than California should contact that state’s professional licensing body for information on academic and clinical training requirements for licensure in that state. Although our accredited degree generally meets out-of-state requirements, most states have specific course or training requirements unique to that jurisdiction.

BBS regulations specify the coursework and professional training experience that must be completed within a 90 unit degree. Degree requirements for all MFT track students include 225 face to face hours of clinical training experience.

Students awarded the degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University will have met the California BBS curriculum and training requirements leading up to licensure.

 

 

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