Students in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services concentration will select courses from the from a set of courses in alcohol and drug abuse and social and public service. Prior work experience is welcomed and evaluated through portfolio assessment. Internships are also included in this concentration. Persons pursuing this degree typically provide services to those disabled by alcohol and drug abuse, including abusers, families, friends, colleagues, and associates. Wishing to build upon knowledge of and experience in alcohol and drug abuse treatment, persons served by these guidelines will seek careers in Alcohol & Drug Abuse (A&D) Services as providers of social and public services in hospitals, social service agencies, employee assistance programs, churches, etc. Some may wish to continue their education in graduate-level programs.
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Last Updated: 07/31/2016