Our students get hands-on experience with personal faculty interaction.
We provide the professional education you need to meet a growing need for professionals skilled in alcohol and drug prevention, education, counseling and treatment.
A bachelor's degree in addiction studies enables an addiction counselor or prevention specialist to provide the highest quality of counseling to individuals dealing with substance abuse or substance dependence. In addition, completion of the degree meets the academic standards for state, national and international certification for professional prevention specialist and treatment counselors/providers.
Our certificate program consists of 27 credit hours that prepare addiction and prevention professionals to meet the specialized academic course requirements for state certification. The required course work for the undergraduate certificate in addiction studies can be applied toward a bachelor's degree.
Our program is accredited through the National Addiction Studies Accreditation Commission.
A degree in Addiction Studies can lead to a number of careers in a number of work environments.
From an active student organization to fieldwork opportunities, our students stay engaged outside the classroom.
Students with the ADS degree or online certificate are meeting a growing need for entry-level professionals in a variety of settings.