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Addictions Counseling (BS)

Addictions Counseling

The University of Holy Cross offers a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Additions Counseling. The bachelor’s degree consists of 120 credit hours. Students in Addiction Counseling take courses in Addictive Behavior; Addiction Counseling; Recovery Counseling; and other counseling related topics.

In our bachelor’s degree program, students develop an understanding of human behavior throughout the lifespan and learn the foundational skills in counseling, research, assessment, and interviewing. Students get a foundation in psychological theories and learn how to assess for addictive behavior.

Curriculum Guide

BS in Addictions Counseling Curriculum Guide

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Questions? Contact Us!

Department of Counseling and Behavioral Sciences
Carolyn White, PhD
(504) 398-2149