The Addiction and Substance Abuse Counseling degree program provides students with the educational coursework to become an addictions counselor. Students are prepared to provide counseling, career advice, and therapeutic services to substance abusers and their families. The program provides training in drug, alcohol, and crisis intervention, along with courses in psychology and communication.
Addiction and Substance Abuse Counseling graduates will have the ability to work in a variety of positions related to human services such as psychology, rehabilitation, and social work. Many work for nonprofit organizations, for-profit social service agencies, and state and local governments. They generally work full time, and some work nights and weekends.
|ENGL 1101||Composition and Rhetoric|
|MATH 1111||College Algebra|
|PSYC 1101||Introductory Psychology|
|HUMN 1101||Introduction to Humanities|
|Area II: Social/Behavioral Sciences (Choose 1)
|ECON 1101||Principles of Economics|
|SOCI 1101||Introduction to Sociology||(3)|
|COMP 1000||Introduction to Computer Literacy|
|ASAC 1000||Addictions, Theories, and Treatments|
|ASAC 1001||Group Theory Counseling||3|
|ASAC 1002||Substance Abuse Addiction Overview||3|
|ASAC 1003||Multicultural Issues|
|ASAC 1004||Biopsychosocial/ Case Management with Families|
|ASAC 1005||Current Trends in Addiction and Mental Health Substance Abuse Case Management||3|
|ASAC 1006||Theories of Counseling||3|
|ASAC 1007||Prevention and Educating the Family & Community||3|
|ASAC 1008||Professional Counseling, Identity and Ethics||3|
|ASAC 1010||Substance Abuse Counseling||3|
|ASAC 1011||Crisis Intervention||3|
|Select from the following courses (6 hrs)
|MAST 1030||Pharmacology in the Medical Office||(4)|
|HIMT 1360||Introduction to Pathopharmacotherapy||(3)|
*All program information is subject to change without notice.
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