The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Concentration in Addiction and Substance Abuse provides you with an understanding of the science relating to substance abuse and addiction, including biological, sociological and psychological factors. Incorporating a variety of techniques, you’ll explore the assessment and treatment of addictions.
What You'll Learn
Qualified professionals who can counsel addicted individuals using innovative methods play a vital part in the fight against rising levels of substance abuse, including prescription pharmaceuticals and illegal narcotics.
In our BA in Psychology/Addiction and Substance Abuse program, accessible 100% online, you will learn about the detrimental effects of prescription drug abuse and illegal narcotics on society, and the role of counseling, recovery support and case management. You’ll gain knowledge of the various risk factors for addiction, and the mental health and medical conditions that often accompany substance abuse.
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New England College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), the nation’s oldest accrediting association, through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.
The field of addiction study calls for an understanding of the biological, psychological and sociological factors that lead to the misuse and abuse of alcohol, drugs and other substances. The BA in Psychology/Addiction and Substance Abuse provides you with the core knowledge to make a significant difference in the lives of addicts and their loved ones. Possible career paths include:
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