Addiction Studies Minor

Matriculated students may elect to minor in Addiction Studies by completing 18 credits in the Addiction Studies Program.

Students may select any six of the eight required courses listed in the first section of the certificate program to earn the minor. A maximum of two courses can overlap with a student's major, other minors or programs.

Minor Coordinator. Professor William Gottdiener, Department of Psychology (646.557.4685,

Credits Required. 18
Choose six

ANT 110/SOC 110 Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse in American Society 
SOC 161 Chemical Dependency and the Dysfunctional Family 
PSY 255 Group Dynamics in Chemical Dependency Counseling 
PSY 266 The Psychology of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse 
PSY 268 Therapeutic Interventions in Chemical Dependency
PSY 331/CSL 331 Assessment and Clinical Evaluation in Chemical Dependency Counseling
PSY 350/CSL350 Advanced Topics in Chemical Dependency Counseling 
PSY 480 Ethical and Professional Issues in Chemical Dependency Counseling