Discussion in 'Mental Health and Social Welfare' started by lola1155, 05.12.14.

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  1. lola1155


    Hi Everyone,

    I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with the MFT pogrram at USC. I got accepted for both MFT and MSW, and even though I have heard many great things about the MSW program; MFT is where my heart is. However, I am not able to find much information about their program, and esperically reviews. I do know that it's a relatively new program which may be why it's not "out there" as much as the MSW. I have talked to people who are currently in the program and they all have great experiences with it, but then again, they're biased. I had only applied to USC this year because I decided that I should wait until next year to start my Master's, but I had already submitted everything for USC. So, since I got accepted, I am now thinking if I should go for USC, or maybe wait until next year and apply to other places too, to have more choices. If I do wait, I would be applying to USC again, along with Pepperdine, Azusa Pacific, some Cal States, and possibly Antioch. If I can find some information and become confident that it actually is a good program, I wouldn't waste a year and maybe even risk getting in next year. If anyone knows anything about their program, please let me know! Thank you!
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  3. CaliMac


    A friend went to the MSW, but you have already decided against that. I am just curious: do you plan to stay local w your degree? Since most of your schools are private, how do you plan to manage debt or are you privately funded?

    I am researching schools now and would enjoy reading your perspective and rationale behind choice of schools.

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