The Human Services Counseling track is a non-licensure degree program. However, additional courses can be taken to complete the degree in Mental Health Counseling if a decision to do so is made before the internship has begun and with permission of the faculty. All students accepted into our program must obtain a limited criminal history check within the first week of the semester in which they begin.
Applicants must meet the requirements for graduate admission, including any English proficiency requirements for international applicants.
The courses must be completed with a grade of B or better. A grade of C in any course will be grounds for dismissal from the certification program in addiction counseling.
A limited criminal history check must be submitted by each student within the first week of the first semester of attendance.