Undergraduate Certificate in Addiction Studies Course Requirements

 Course/No. Course Title Site Rotation
ADS 116 Study of Alcohol Use & Abuse (3 cr.) Online
Correspondence
Every Semester
Every Semester
ADS 117 Study of Drug Use & Abuse (3 cr.) Online
Correspondence
Every Semester
Every Semester
ADS 220 Alcohol & Drug Abuse Helping Skills (3 cr.) Online Every Semester
ADS 222 Alcohol & Drug Abuse Group Interaction (3 cr.) Online Every Semester
ADS 315 Ethical & Legal Issues in the Substance Abuse Profession (3 cr.) Online Every Spring, Every Summer
ADS 410 Working with Families on Alcohol/Drug Issues (3 cr.) Online Every Spring, Every Summer
ADS 412 Alcohol & Drug Use in Diverse Populations (3 cr.) Online
Correspondence
Every Fall
Every Semester
 ADS 422 Alcohol & Drug Treatment Continuum (3 cr.) Online Every Spring, Every Summer
 ADS 320*
or
ADS 415*
Adolescents & Substance Abuse Issues (3 cr.)

Native Americans & Substance Abuse (3 cr.)
Online
Correspondence

Online
Correspondence
Every Summer
Every Semester

Every Spring
Every Semester

*For state Alcohol/Drug certification, choose one of the two courses.

ADS 116 and 117 are prerequisite courses for ADS 220 and ADS 222. After completion of these four courses, students may begin taking the upper-level ADS courses.

Undergraduate Certificate in Addiction Studies Program Total: 27 credit hours