Minor: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling

These electives are designed to provide an understanding of the bio-psychosocial factors relevant for providing counseling to alcohol and substance abuse clients.  Theories regarding etiology and the treatment and relapse process, and development of skills needed to provide individual and group counseling for addicted populations are included in the courses in this minor. This minor is not open to HUM majors.

Group I (Required Courses – 6 Credit Hours)

HUM 150 Human Services Theory, Skills, and Resources
ASA 159 Chemical Dependencies 

Group II (Electives - 6 Credit Hours)

ASA 226  Group Skills for Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling
ASA 227  Overview of Addiction Services 
ASA 229  Addictions and Family Systems Treatment Programs 
ASA 268  Clinical Skills for Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors