Addiction professionals must possess advanced levels of competency to address current and future addiction counseling and prevention challenges in society.
Prepares professionals for advanced levels of competency to address current and future addiction, co-occurring and prevention challenges in society. Graduates will be eligible for the highest level of addiction and prevention credentialing through the South Dakota Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals.
Prepares professional to meet increasingly complex needs of patients and clients. Completion of this program prepares professionals to meet 15 of the 21 specialized academic credit hours required for state credentialing.
For more detailed admission requirements, please refer to Addiction Studies in the current graduate catalog. Additional requirements exist for international applicants. For more information, visit International Admission Requirements.
A degree in Addiction Counseling and Prevention can lead to a number of careers in a number of work environments.
From an active student organization to intership opportunities, our students stay engaged outside the classroom.