The Substance Abuse Counseling Program is designed to prepare qualified and competent graduates to enter the field of human services and to provide specialized services to individuals and their families who are experiencing the affects of substance abuse. Graduates of this program will have the necessary educational requirements to become eligible for testing. Students will gain required work experience as a Counselors-in-Training (C.I.) upon completion of the required hours of classroom instruction. The course DAAC 2366 - Practicum or Field Experience will provide a structured, supervised practicum in off-campus approved laboratory training sites.
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Last Updated: 05/06/2016