Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling


Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling Overview

The Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling is a degree designed to prepare students advance in the field of addiction counseling. This program is structured around courses that address primary theories of individual and family counseling as well as addiction-specific topics related to the treatment and prevention of substance abuse.

Students who graduate from Aspen University's Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling degree will increase their understanding of addiction, including its psychological and neurological aspects and appropriate treatments, as well as theories of substance abuse prevention and approaches to counseling both individuals and families.

We are an approved education provider with The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). We offer either a research-based capstone or a practicum experience to complete the program. Students seeking licensure will complete a counseling practicum. Each state has their own requirements for licensure. Please check with your state licensure board to determine licensure requirements.

 

Download the 2018 MAPAC Preceptor Handbook.

Learn More

Speak to an Enrollment Advisor to learn more about Aspen University's online Master of Arts in Psychology and Addiction Counseling programs.
Phone: 1-800-373-7814
Email: enrollment@aspen.edu

Tuition Rates

  • $ 975 per Course
  • 16 Courses

  • $15,600 Tuition + Fees

Pay $325 per Month

Each month you'll make just one payment of $325, 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.