Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies will begin offering an online master’s degree in addiction studies, beginning with the winter 2015 semester, the school announced.
The program prepares graduates to counsel people with addictions and co-occuring mental health issues. It is based on the course program that is offered on the graduate school campus.
“We are excited to expand access to our quality educational programming,” said Roy Kammer, the dean of the HGSAS. “This new degree option continues the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s strong tradition of leadership in providing education on the disease of addiction. This online option will ensure that world-class professional help is available in local communities on a global scale to individuals and families struggling with alcohol and drug addiction issues.”
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