Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.
The Master of Arts (MA) in Marriage and Family Therapy program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE), 112 South Alfred Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314, (703) 838-9808, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Achievement Criterion (SAC) data is available for Graduation Rates, National Exam pass rates and Licensure Rates at the following link (Student Achievement Criteria Data).
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FT = Full Time
PT = Part Time
*Minimum length of time is the shortest time possible that a student could complete the program (i.e., a student doubled up on coursework one semester and was able to graduate early). Advertised length of time is how long the program is designed to complete as written. Maximum length of time is the maximum allowable time in which a student could finish the program (i.e., if a student needed to take time off due to illness, family responsibilities, etc.).
**Program are only required to provide data on the past 10 years/cohort or since the program was initial accredited, whichever is shorter
***This is defined as the percentage of graduates from the cohort year listed that are employed within 3 years of their graduation utilizing skills learned in the COAMFTE accredited program. Masters and Doctoral programs are required to provide this information. Post-Degree programs are encouraged to share this with the public.
**** Master programs are required to provide this information. Doctoral and Post-Degree programs are encouraged to share this with the public. For Master’s programs only, COAMFTE has established a benchmark of 70% pass rate for each cohort.
N/A- this means we currently have no students who have graduated from that cohort OR that none of our graduates from that cohort have currently taken the licensure exam.
· None of the cohorts represented have not reached the maximum time to graduation. Percentages are based on students who have graduated as of May 2017.
· The 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 full time cohorts have not reached the advertised time to graduate. The 2014-2015, 2015-2016, and 2016-2017 part time cohorts have not reached the advertised time to graduate. Percentages are based on students who have graduated as of May 2017.
· The 2016-2017 full time cohort has not reached the minimum time to graduate. The The 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 part time cohorts have not reached the minimum time to graduate. Percentages are based on students who have graduates as of May 2017.
**Job Placement Rate Job Placement Rate is defined as the number of graduates from the cohort year listed that responded to our alumni survey who reported being employed within 3 years of their graduation utilizing skills learned in the COAMFTE accredited program divided by the number of total graduates from that cohort. This data was collected from our alumni survey, which had a 26% response rate in 2015-2016 academic year, therefore the data does not represent the experience alumni who did not respond and likely underrepresents the number of graduates employed in the field.
·No data indicates we have not received information from any graduates in the cohort on their job placement information.
***National Exam Pass Rate and Licensure Rate: The National Exam Pass rate and Licensure Rate is based on the percentage of graduates who passed the National or State Equivalent Exam. It is calculated by dividing the number of graduates of each cohort who passed the exam by the number of graduates who sat for the exam. National Exam Pass rate and Licensure rate data are collected from our alumni survey, therefore the data does not represent the experience of alumni who did not respond. We know that it takes most full-time students 3 years to complete the program, and it takes a minimum of 2 years after graduation to complete the requirements for licensure. Our alumni report to us that they take the licensure exam at the end of that two year period or later, just before they apply for licensure.
·No data indicates we have not received information from any graduates in the cohort on whether they have sat for the national exam or become licensed