Hanover graduates have an open path to a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy through an agreement with the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
The seminary’s Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy program guarantees an interview for qualified Hanover students. To be eligible, students must have an overall grade-point average of 2.5 (or higher) and earn a “B” or above in three psychology courses, including theories of personality, behavior disorders and counseling and psychotherapy.
Marriage and family therapy is an applied field that trains clinical practitioners whose work focuses on children, adolescents, couples and entire families.
All admitted students at the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary receive a full-tuition scholarship. The Seminary is governed by the Presbyterian Church (USA), but the marriage and family therapy program does not require students be of a particular faith.