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Art Therapy Preparatory Track

Applicants to Marylhurst's MA in Art Therapy Counseling program must meet several requirements, including a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 27 credits in art, 18 credits in psychology and 5 credits in art therapy.

Required coursework in the art therapy preparatory track program include:

Studio Art Courses

Including at least
9 crs. in painting, 9 crs. in life drawing and 9 crs. in sculpture

Psychology Courses

Personality Theory
Abnormal Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Counseling Theories & Strategies: Level One
and 6 crs. of general psychology

Art Therapy Courses

Introduction to Art Therapy Workshop
plus four additional 1-cr. art therapy workshops

Please see our current Marylhurst University Catalog for complete information.

 

 

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