The two-year PMAT Program offers a hybrid model of art therapy education in a recommended sequence of course study that may span 4-6 semesters.  Students are prepared with foundational course work focused on the history, theory, and practice of art therapy.  Once foundational coursework has been completed, students complete the written and oral comprehensive examination.  In the second year, students begin working on their capstone projects.

Students are required to complete all of the following graduation requirements:

  • Coursework complete with a 3.0 (B) average or above,
  • Capstone Project,
  • Meets technical standards and expectations on the Professional Performance Review,
  • Practicum/Internship