The Master of Addiction Counseling in Psychology is designed to provide students the education needed to become a Licensed Addiction Counselor. With this degree and licensure, graduates will be able to enter the workforce as treatment providers for those struggling with substance use and substance use disorders. The program is structured as one year of course work and one year of internship in order to satisfy state requirements for certification and licensure. This program is seen as a continuation of the Major in Psychology, Addictions Counseling Concentration.
Effective Spring 2020
|PSY 612||Introduction to Addiction Counseling||3|
|PSY 675||Ethics and Professional Psychology Practice||3|
|PSY 724||Motivational Interviewing||3|
|PSY 726||Neuropharmacology of Addiction||3|
|PSY 613||Advanced Addiction Counseling||3|
|PSY 776||Business and Practice of Addiction Counseling||3|
|PSY 793||Clinical Supervision of Addiction Counseling||3|
|Program Total Credits:||42|
A minimum of 42 credits are required to complete this program.