Program Requirements (60 credits)
Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing course.
In order to be eligible for the Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor license students are required to complete a two-semester internship (880 hours total). Most internship sites require proof of sobriety as a condition for acceptance into an internship. All applicants for licensure are required to complete a fingerprint based criminal background check after submitting licensure application. A formal application and interview are required after the completion of 60 credits. Information about the application process can be found on the CPCF website. Completion of this process does not guarantee admission to the Addiction Counseling major. Must successfully complete background check and self-report of two years of sobriety.
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