52 Students must provide their own professional liability insurance. Hardin-Simmons and Logsdon Seminary launched a licensure option in connection with the Master of Arts in Family Ministry (MAFM) in 2011. For seminary students seeking careers in counseling or marriage and family therapy, this program allows for simultaneous completion of both the Master of Arts in Family Ministry and the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling and Marriage & Family (CCMF). This 89 hour MAFM/CCMF dual degree program will provide ATS-accredited preparation for Christian ministry from Logsdon Seminary and training in counseling from Hardin-Simmons University’s Clinical Counseling & Marriage and Family Program. Students in the dual degree program will complete coursework that satisfies the academic requirements of licensure as a professional counselor (LPC) and/or marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in Texas. Please refer to the separate Logsdon Seminary Catalog for additional information on prerequisites and coursework.