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SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR TRAINING PROGRAM AT WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY
We are pleased to offer the courses needed to become certified by the State of Kansas as a Substance Abuse Counselor. In order to be certified, the student must (a) take specific substance abuse courses, and (b) complete an Associate of Arts degree.
At WSU the requirements are as follows:
1. State-approved substance abuse counseling related courses:
* Psychology 111Q
or the equivalent is a prerequisite for these courses.
2. General Education Requirements (see Undergraduate Catalog, or www.advising.wichita.edu/lasac/aadegree.html for details):
Note: Students interested in earning a Bachelor's degree in a Liberal Arts and Sciences department should consider taking the following courses, which are required for the B.A. and will apply toward the Associate of Arts degree.
3. To complete the Associate of Arts degree courses must total a minimum of 65 credit hours, with at least 15 hours at WSU and 50 of the hours in Liberal Arts and Sciences departments. A minimum of 2.0 WSU and cumulative grade point average is required.
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June 08, 2007