The Addiction Studies Certificate and the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificate programs offer students a path that prepares them to meet MN state Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) education requirements for licensure as an alcohol and drug counselor (LADC). The Addiction Studies Certificate provides the coursework. While the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificate (provided by the College of Adult and Professional Studies) provides the coursework and required practicum hours.
|Certificate in Addiction Studies|
|HUS/HUSE/PSYC 435||Families in Cross-Cultural Perspective||3|
|HUS/HUSE 445||Counseling Microskills||3|
|HUS/HUSE 455||Pharmacology of Addictions||3|
|HUS 485/HUSE 485H||Professional Practice Issues & Ethics||3|
|HUSE 460||Assessment and Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders||3|
|PSY 310/HUSE 450/PSYC 450||Addiction and Recovery||3|
For more information about the Certificate in Addiction Studies, please see the College of Adult and Professional Studies catalog page.