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CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PREVENTION AND COUNSELING

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Anna Rose Eckenrode
200 Devorris Downtown Center
Penn State Altoona
Phone: 814-949-5039
E-mail: are125@psu.edu

Altoona College, Penn State DuBois, Penn State Greater Allegheny

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PREVENTION AND COUNSELING (ALCDPC)

The Certificate in Chemical Dependency Prevention and Counseling consists of 18 credits and is offered through Penn State Altoona Education, Human Development and Social Sciences and Penn State Altoona Continuing Education. The certificate introduces students to basic concepts related to chemical dependency, its prevention and treatment, and helping those with problems associated with chemical dependency. This certificate will provide students with the academic background to understand content, models, theories and research relevant to working with chemically dependent persons and their families. Upon completion of a total of 18 credits in the program, students are awarded an academic certificate of achievement from Penn State Altoona.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PREVENTION AND COUNSELING, a minimum of 18 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

CNED 401
BBH 143
HLHED 443 OR CNED 421
RHS 301
CNED 404
HDFS 414 OR CNED 416 OR CNED 420 OR CNED 423

Spring '09 - CNED 403 was replaced by RHS 301

No Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 2002

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 11/07/2011

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