Undergraduate students may complete a minor in addiction studies. At the graduate level, students may earn a Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies.
Course offerings in Addiction Studies allow students to look at addictions as they affect the individual, the family, the community, and society. The Addiction Studies minor provides students with a concentration of courses in the field of addictions and prepares them to become a Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselors (CADC) through the Idaho Board for Alcohol/Drug Counselor Certification (IBADCC).
This minor is appropriate for students majoring in health science studies, criminal justice administration, education, nursing, kinesiology, counseling, psychology, and social work, among others.
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Addiction Studies Minor Curriculum
|HLTHST 109||Druges: Use and Abuse||3|
|HLTHST 255||Introduction to the Field of Addictions||3|
|HLTHST 258||Blood Borne Pathogens for Addiction Professionals||1|
|HLTHST 444||Addiction and the Family System||3|
|HLTHST 448||Counseling Techniques for Health Professionals||3|
|HLTHST 464||Screening & Assessment of Alcohol and Drug Problems||3|
|HLTHST 465||Assessment of Alcohol and Drug Problems||3|
|HLTHST 468||Group Process for Addictions Professionals||3|
|HLTHST 469||Ethics for Addictions Professionals||2|
|One of the following:|
Adolescent and Adult Development (recommended)
Psychology of Health
|Course prerequisites or permission of the instructor must also be met.|