The curriculum is devoted to job-related subjects and tasks, which will enable you to focus solely on the major areas of interest and employment skills development.
Campuses are conveniently located and offer a flexible schedule of morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend classes. What’s more is the small student-teacher ratio, which equates to greater individualized attention given to you.
Through the unique, InterCoast experience, you will be better equipped to meet the highest expectations of your future employers and clientele through the most innovative course of study available. Don’t settle for less!
The InterCoast faculty is comprised of experienced industry veterans who possess superior job-related knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm in teaching. They are sensitive to your needs as a student and concerned for your progress. You will work with the most current resource materials, and learn the latest counseling theories, inside an atmosphere conducive to learning. Now it can be that much easier to obtain success in your Alcohol and Drug Counseling Studies Program!
|16 General Education Credits||Credit|
|BIO101 Human Biology||3|
|ENG101 College English||3|
|MAT101 College Mathematics||3|
|PRO100 Professional Development||4|
|SOC101 Intro to Sociology||3|
|51 Core Credits||Credit|
|PSY101 Introduction to Psychology||3|
|PSY201 Developmental Psychology||3|
|AOD111 AOD Counseling Intro & Overview / Law & Ethics||5|
|AOD112 Physiology & Pharmacology of AOD / Personal Growth for Counselors||5|
|AOD113 Case Management||5|
|AOD114 Practice & Theory of Counseling||5|
|AOD115 Treatment & Relapse Prevention||5|
|AOD116 Professional Growth for Counselors||2|
|AOD220 Adolescent AOD Treatment & Prevention||2|
|MHR101 Community Mental Health||3|
|MHR102 Sexual Abuse, Trauma & Recovery / Crisis Identification & Resolution||3|
|AOD117 Clinical & Supervision I||4|
|AOD118 Clinical & Supervision II||6|
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11