The Chemical Dependency degree prepares students for careers in areas of chemical dependency, counseling, prevention, administration, and research. Students will be able to be employed in public and private organizations as counselors, clinical directors, program directors, prevention, research, case managers, and managers in both adolescent and adult treatment programs.
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