Can you get a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling with a Undergraduate?

Question by Severus Snape: Can you get a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling with a Undergraduate?
Undergraduate in Religious Studies and Philosophy?
I am getting my undergraduate from Viterbo University in La Crosse Wisconsin. I am looking to possibly recieve a Masters in Family and Marriage Counseling from UW- Madison.

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Answer by D R
Most likely you can because there’s often flexibility between your major and what you do in grad school, especially in something like philosophy where you could major in something else and do philosophy in grad school or major in philosophy and do something else in grad school. You may want to look into the philosophically-based counseling ideas expressed in a book that I think is called Plato, not Prozac (just google it). Besides philosophy will help you in your other studies in a variety of ways: http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-College-Students-Should-Take-Philosophy-Courses

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