The Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling is a degree designed to help prepare students for careers in addiction counseling and to provide experienced professionals with a graduate degree that may help them advance in their field. This program is structured around courses that address fundamental theories of individual and family counseling as well as addiction-specific topics related to the treatment and prevention of substance abuse.
Students who earn a Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling typically pursue the following careers:
- Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselor
- Mental Health Counselor
- Family Counselor
- Clinical, Counseling and School Psychologist
- School Psychology Teacher, Postsecondary
Students who complete the Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling degree graduate with a solid understanding of addiction, including its psychological and neurological aspects and appropriate treatments, as well as theories of substance abuse prevention and approaches to counseling both individuals and families.
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