The bachelor’s degree program at the University of Central Oklahoma offers you the opportunity to become a Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor (CADC) which will meet the state of Oklahoma’s requirement for certification. This degree will allow for job opportunities in other helping professions as well. Graduates with a bachelor’s degree are trained in the twelve core functions, counseling skills, assessment and treatment of chemical dependency and dual diagnosis. Courses are taught by instructors and professors who have practical experience in the fields of chemical dependency and mental health. Classroom instruction includes a variety of teaching methods so that students will gain knowledge in family counseling, group counseling and counseling with special populations.
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Last Updated: 07/29/2016