The undergraduate program in alcohol and drug studies prepares students to enter the addiction field or further their knowledge and strengthen their competencies through advanced degrees. This major provides students with the academic coursework necessary launch their professional careers and make an immediate impact in the lives of those affected by addiction.

Career Opportunities

Due to occupational demand, alcohol and drug studies graduates are prepared for career opportunities in treatment centers, detoxification centers, halfway houses, health care facilities, social service agencies, corrections facilities, academic institutions and much more.

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About Alcohol and Drug Studies

The Alcohol and Drug Studies major provides students with the academic coursework necessary to pursue the Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor credential and the Board Certified Counselor credential.

Admissions to Program

Learn about admission requirements for the Alcohol and Drug Studies program.

Alcohol and Drug Studies Program Requirements

The Alcohol and Drug Studies program prepares students to enter the addictions field or further their knowledge of addictions to strengthen their competency within other disciplines.

Minor in Alcohol and Drug Studies

Alcohol and Drug Studies is also offered as a minor.