This degree provides opportunities for students interested in obtaining knowledge and skills specific to working with people struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, eating disorders and other behavior problems, with internship opportunities that provide real work experience. Students acquire knowledge of current strategies to serve individuals, families, communities, plus educational, legal and geopolitical systems experiencing problems related to a wide variety of addictions and behavior disorders.
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