Human Services

Addictions Counseling Certificate

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Why Choose Addictions Counseling?

The Addictions Counseling Certificate program provides professionals with the knowledge and skills to work with clients experiencing substance use disorders and help process addictions.  Coursework explores:

  • The etiology of addiction
  • The historical context of substance use and abuse
  • Evidence-based treatment and prevention strategies
  • Professional issues in addictions practice

Academics and Curriculum

View Addictions Counseling Certificate program information in the Academic Catalog. 


Must be a current College of Health, Education, and Human Services graduate student or hold a master’s degree in one of the following fields: counseling, social work, psychology, nursing, or a related human services or health field.  

Admission Process


Apply to Graduate School as a non-degree student or a graduate student.

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