Macricostas School of Arts & Sciences

Psychology Department

Degree Requirements

FULL-TIME PATHWAY

Fall 2019

 

PSY 592 Substance Use Counseling: Assessment and Counseling. (4 Cr)

PSY 584 Advanced Assessment, Prevention and Therapy of Substance Use Disorders & Co-Occurring Disorders (3 Cr)

PSY 582  Professional Development and Ethics for Treatment Providers (3 Cr)

PSY 585 Current Topics in Substance Use Disorders Assessment and Treatment (3 Cr)

 

Winter 2019

PSY 583 The Psychopharmacology of Addiction and Medication Assisted Treatment  (3 Cr) Online option.

 

Spring 2020

PSY 593 Substance Use Counseling: Drugs and Behavior. (4 Cr)

PSY 590 Masters Project. (3 Cr)

PSY 530 Internship in Addiction Studies. (3 Cr)

PSY 581 Program evaluation and data analysis (3 Cr)

 

Summer I 2020

PSY 594  Substance Use Counseling: Counseling Techniques. (4 Cr)

 

Summer II 2020

PSY 595  Substance Use Counseling: Applied Individual and Group Counseling. (4 Cr)

 

TOTAL           37 Credits

 

PART-TIME PATHWAY

Fall 2019

 

PSY 592. Substance Use Counseling: Assessment and Counseling. (4 Cr)

PSY 582  Professional Development and Ethics for Treatment Providers (3 Cr)

 

Winter 2019

PSY 583 The Psychopharmacology of Addiction and Medication Assisted Treatment    (3 Cr) Online option.

 

Spring 2020

PSY 593. Substance Use Counseling: Drugs and Behavior. (4 Cr)

PSY 530 Internship in Addiction Studies. (3 Cr)

 

Summer I 2020

PSY 594  Substance Use Counseling: Counseling Techniques. (4 Cr)

 

Summer II 2020

PSY 595  Substance Use Counseling: Applied Individual and Group Counseling. (4 Cr)

 

Fall 2020

PSY 584 Advanced Assessment, Prevention and Therapy of Substance Use Disorders & Co-Occurring Disorders (3 Cr)

PSY 585 Current Topics in Substance Use Disorders Assessment and Treatment (3 Cr)

 

Spring 2021

PSY 590  Masters Project. (3 Cr)

PSY 581  Program evaluation and data analysis (3 Cr)

 

TOTAL 37 Credits

 

Students applying for financial assistance should know that the M.S. program has been approved by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).