Addiction Studies Certificate
Educational programs in Addiction Studies prepare students for work in the field of substance abuse including such positions as substance abuse counselors, peer support mentors, researchers, criminal justice professionals and clinical supervisors in both the community and in residential settings. Working with individuals with addictive disorders, the objectives are to eliminate dependence on alcohol or drugs and reduce criminal behaviors associated with illicit substances use. Specific proficiencies of the program include skills in assessment, interviewing, counseling and treatment planning within the context of diverse populations.
Plan of Study
- Degree Requirements
- Course Requirements for Addiction Studies Certificate
- Course Descriptions - See the Undergraduate Catalog
How to Apply
- For current students, please click here for application and admission information.
- For new students not enrolled in a UM-Dearborn degree program, please click here for application and admission information.