Minor in Addictions Counseling
|PS-101||General Psychology 1,2||3|
|HE-285||Drugs and Society||3|
|or CJ-285||Drugs and Society|
|HE-208||Systems of Addictions Treatment||3|
|or CJ-208||Systems of Addictions Treatment|
|HE-354||Addictions Counseling of Individuals and Families||3|
|or CJ-354||Addictions Counseling of Individuals and Families|
|HE-406||The 12 Core Functions of Addictions Counseling||3|
|or CJ-406||The 12 Core Functions of Addictions Counseling|
1 Should be the first course in the minor. Can be transferred in and can also be CLEPed.
2 Psychology majors who want to take the minor will need to take an additional Psychology elective (3 cr).
Courses (outside of PS 101) must have a minimum grade of C and must be taken at WSU and cannot be transferred in. Credits cannot be earned through life experience portfolio.
For more information about the Addictions Counseling Minor, please contact the Program Coordinator for Addictions Counseling, Dr. Robert Brooks, at email@example.com.