University of Detroit Mercy

The Bachelor of Science with a major in addiction studies provides enhanced undergraduate experience to individuals interested in pursuing a graduate degree in counseling, clinical psychology or social work, while providing the fundamental academic curriculum to prepare you to work in the substance abuse field. In addition to the undergraduate degree program that offers a major or a minor in addiction studies, a post-degree certificate in addiction studies is an opportunity if you already have a bachelor's degree. A graduate certificate is an option if you already possess a master's degree in a related field and are seeking advanced clinically-focused academic work in the treatment of addiction.

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Contact Information

Contact
Daniel Duryea, Ph.D., LPC, CADC, Director
College of Liberal Arts and Education
Counseling and Addiction Studies Department
Website
liberalarts.udmercy.edu/programs/depts/ads/index.htm#tabs-1
Email
duryeadg@udmercy.edu
Address
College of Liberal Arts and Education
University of Detroit Mercy
4001 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, Michigan 48221-3038
Phone
(313)578-0413
NOTE:
In addition to the program being offered at University of Detroit Mercy's McNichols campus, the Bachelor of Science with a major in addiction studies is also offered at Macomb University Center in Clinton Township. Contact Donna Gormely at (586) 263-6232 or gormeldm@udmercy.edu for information at Macomb University Center.

Last Updated: 07/29/2016