Creative Arts Therapy

Undergraduate Degree

Art Therapy and Counseling

Graduate Studies

3 + 2 Bridge Program

The Bridge program allows students to transition from undergraduate to graduate studies and save time and money in 3 + 2 years. Students in the CAT program still complete a Senior Project and a 100-hour internship for experiential learning, and everything needed for their undergraduate degree except 9-credits in elective CAT classes. These courses are taken at graduate level during the summer semester and count for both degrees. Once all undergraduate requirements are met students graduate with an undergraduate degree and continue on with their graduate studies. Since the graduate program is designed for working professionals, undergraduate students are encouraged to find paid employment with a population that they would like to work with. They can then use this employment for their graduate practicum/internship requirements (if appropriate) with the approval of the Coordinator of Practicum/Internship.