Addictions Intervention, University Certificate
Interdisciplinary University Certificate (IUC) programs provide a low-cost, alternative pathway for an academic credential that conveys expertise in a shared area of concern. Students gain unparalleled access to specialized courses that have been carefully selected for this curriculum. The Addictions Intervention Certificate Program enables students to draw from different perspectives and opportunities to build interdisciplinary partnerships around cutting-edge practices in addictions intervention. IUC courses vary in timing of being offered, but students have a number of course options. Students can also submit a petition to the IUC Advisory Board requesting a course to be counted toward an IUC.
CIP Code: 44.0701
|Choose from six of the following:||18|
|MH/Sub Abuse Issues in Cor Stg|
|Human Behavior Change|
|Nutrition for Chronic Disease|
|Psychotherapy & Behav Change I|
|Cog/Affect Bases of Behavior|
|Alcohol and Drug Assessment|
|Alcohol and Drug Treatment|
|Stress Management & Self-Care|
|Spirit Sensitivity Help Profes|
|Veteran Identity Theory|
Students in the Master of Social Work Program (MSW) who wish to obtain this certification have separate requirements. Please refer to MSW program requirements in the EKU Graduate catalog for more information.