About the PMAT Program
The Post Master of Science in Art Therapy Program (PMAT) is offered to applicants who currently have a Master's Degree in a related mental health field (minimum 48 semester units or 72 quarter units) from an accredited institution in the United States or equivalent academic preparation outside of the U.S. --Related Master's degrees include: counseling, social work, psychology, psychiatric nursing, other mental health professions and expressive or creative art therapies. Related degrees not tied to licensure include the fine arts, art education, and special education. Other related degrees may be considered with approval from the Program Director.
PMAT Brochure - printable program brochure