January 2017 Annual Report

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Instructions
This is the 2017 COAMFTE Annual Report. Programs should submit this completed form on or before the program's noted Annual Report deadline. All accredited programs must demonstrate continued compliance with the COAMFTE Student Achievement Criteria (copied below) through the submission of an Annual Report.

Please note that institutions with multiple accredited degree programs (e.g. masters and doctoral program) will need to complete a separate Annual Report form for each program.

Optional questions have been marked as optional, ALL other questions are required and must be completed according to form instructions before submission.

You will be able to start your form and complete it at another time by utilizing the "save and continue" feature located at the top of each page starting with the second page.

A copy of your submission will be sent to you after completion for your records.

If you have any questions about this form please contact coa@aamft.org.

The current COAMFTE Version 12 Standards Student Achievement Criteria are as follows:
 
Program Type Student Achievement Criteria I Student Achievement Criteria II Student Achievement Criteria III
Master's Graduation Rates for minimum, advertised, and maximum length of time* for each cohort
 
Job Placement Rates for each cohort Licensure Exam Pass Rate: Programs must demonstrate 70% pass rate on the licensure MFT exam for each cohort
 
Doctoral Graduation Rates for minimum, advertised, and maximum length of time* for each cohort
 
Job Placement Rates for each cohort Not required, but programs are encouraged to report on each cohort
Post-Degree Programs Graduation Rates for minimum, advertised, and maximum length of time* for each cohort
 
Not required, but programs are encouraged to report on each cohort Not required, but programs are encouraged to report on each cohort
 *Minimum length of time is the shortest time possible that a student could complete the program (i.e. a student doubled up on coursework one semester and was able to graduate early). Advertised length of time is how long the program is designed to complete as written. Maximum length of time is the maximum allowable time in which a student could finish the program (i.e. if a student needed to take time off due to illness, family responsibilities, etc.).

Programs are required to publish data on all of the required Student Achievement Criteria set by the Commission per cohort on an annual basis on the landing page of their program's website.

The only benchmark set by the Commission is in regards to the Licensure Exam Pass Rate for Master's Programs. The other Student Achievement Criteria require data (rates per cohort) to be published.