Rehabilitation and Related Services Associate of Arts Degree
This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
This is a paraprofessional training program leading to an Associate of Arts Degree and preparing graduates for entry-level employment in rehabilitation and related settings. The focus of this paraprofessional degree is on chemical dependency education. However, it does not meet all of the educational requirements to become a licensed addiction counselor (LAC).
Student Learning Objectives
The Student Learning Objectives for this program include:
- Assess and evaluate the application of addictions treatment services
- Integrate general addiction counseling theory and techniques into practice
- Demonstrate continuing professional development.1
Coursework may be used in preparation for becoming a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC).
This program includes an emphasis in Addiction Counseling.
|General Education Requirements||31|
|Students should consult with their advisors to determine if specific courses are necessary in order to satisfy the General Education requirements within this major.|
|HS 345||Legal, Ethical, Prof Iss in HS||3|
|HS 385||Behavioral Pharmacology & HS||3|
|HTH 411||Alcohol, Tobacco, Drug Prevent||3|
|REHA 201||Intro to Diversity in Counslng *||3|
|REHA 301||Prncpls of Cnslng & Grp Theory||3|
|REHA 406||Assmnt in HS and Addctn Prgrms||3|
|REHA 453||Case Mgmt & Comm Resources||3|
|REHA 499||Capstone Addctn Trtmnt P & D||2|
|Restricted electives selected with advisor approval||6|
|Total Minimum Credits||60|
May satisfy General Education requirements.