Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling Overview
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling is a degree designed to help prepare students for careers in addiction counseling and to provide experienced professionals with a graduate degree that may help them advance in their field.
This program is structured around courses that address fundamental aspects of individual and family counseling, and healthcare ethics as well as addiction specific topics related to the assessment, treatment, and prevention of substance abuse.
Students who complete the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling degree graduate with a solid understanding of the essential concepts of psychology, sociology, and counseling theory needed for a career in the field of addiction counseling.
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling program features a curriculum that focuses on equipping students with fundamental assessment and counseling skills through core courses such as Psychology of Addiction Counseling, Assessment Procedures: Addition Counseling, and Counseling Skills.
Students are given the opportunity to tailor their education to match their individual educational and professional goals by choosing from a variety of courses to fulfill the bachelor's degree requirements, including Juvenile Justice, Addiction Counseling Theories, Social Work as a Profession, Group Therapy, and Child Psychology.
Speak to an Enrollment Advisor to learn more about Aspen University's online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling.
- $450 per Course
- 40 Courses
- $18,000 Tuition + Fees
Pay $250 per Month
Each month you'll make just one payment of $250, which we'll apply towards your tuition and fees. Your first payment is due on the first day of class and you'll be charged on the same day each month after that.