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Chemical Dependency Counseling Minor

Abuse of drugs and alcohol is a problem impacting families across Kentucky. Counseling and treatment are critical factors in helping people overcome abuse and addiction. MSU offers coursework that prepares students for careers to help combat substance abuse across the state.

The chemical dependency counseling minor consists of five courses (including a practicum) and you may select two additional electives in areas such as health, nursing, psychology, sociology and social work.

A minor in chemical dependency counseling complements degrees in social work, nursing, sociology, criminology and psychology. Any MSU student may choose to pursue this minor.

For course lists and program requirements please refer to the undergraduate catalog.