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Addictions Studies Specialization


Addictions Studies Specialization
Program Information
A.S. Certificate - Code 0813 - Catalog 2012/2013
Olu Eniwaye, Assistant Chair, 386-506-3746
Connie Kisner, Staff Assistant, 386-506-3080
Melissa Brown, Academic Advisor, 386-506-3052, brownm@daytonastate.edu
09/14/2012 M - 1325

Program Mission, Description, and Outcomes Mission:
To provide entry level skills for aspiring Human Services Practitioners in addictions studies.

Description:
The purpose of this program is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills needed in addictions counseling and rehabilitation agencies. Completers are prepared for entry-level job skills to assist addiction specialists, substance abuse counselors and social practitioners. Credits earned in this certificate program may be applied toward the AS Degree in Human Services (Addictions Specialization).

Outcomes:
Graduates of the program will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the Human Service profession movement.
2. Discuss the role(s) of the Human Service worker in evaluating clients with substance abuse issues.
3. Discuss a variety of major requirements as specified in the catalog for code 0813.
4. Describe the goals and tasks of the Human Services worker.
5. Learn work ethics and demonstrate them with agency participation by externship or COOP Experience.


Note: This program is eligible for federal financial aid and state bright futures.

Approximate Additional Costs Program Tuition and Fees: $4,075*
Access Fee: $308 ($7.90 per credit)
Assessment Fee: $30
FDLE/FBI Background Check: $90

*In-state tuition only; out-of-state tuition will be higher.

Financing Options: All students are encouraged to apply for federal and state student financial assistance by completing the FAFSA at http://www.fafsa.gov. For more information on grant, loans and work program available please see the Office of Financial Aid webpage at http://daytonastate.edu/finaid. Students are also encouraged to apply for one of the many Daytona State College Foundation scholarships offered each semester. For more information see: http://www.daytonastate.edu/scholarships.

Additional Admission Requirements -General Education Courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

-Attend mandatory program orientation.

-Admissions into the program will be contingent on the satisfactory completion of both a drug screen and a background check consisting of a fingerprint check of state and federal criminal history information conducted through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

-COOP agencies may elect to do a more extensive background check in addition to the initial requirement.

-Students will be held accountable for the policies and procedures outlined in the College Student handbook.

Careers The following information is required by federal regulations to be provided to students for all vocational and certificate programs. Additional information on any career, job, or salary potential can be found at http://www.onetonline.org.

The typical length of this program is three (3) semesters for a full-time student, with no students graduating within 3 semesters for 2011-12. The Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) lists the placement rate (2009-2010) for this field at 100%.

For additional career information, please see:

http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/21-1011.00


Note: Need help preparing for your job search? Login to Daytona State's Career Services Online (CSO) to create your personal career account, or email your Daytona State College Career Advisor.

General Education Courses
Course Title    
   
... ... General Education Core - 3 Credits  
  SEM HRS  
ENC1101 College Composition   3.00 Pre-Reqs: ENC0025 AND REA0017

Note: It may be necessary for the student to enroll in a developmental English, Math, or Reading course based upon college placement test scores. See an Academic Advisor to determine developmental course requirements.

Program Specific Courses
Course Title    
  SEM HRS  
HUS1001 Introduction to Human Services   3.00
HUS1332 Advanced Counseling/Interview Skills   3.00 Pre-Reqs: PCO2202 AND HUS1001
HUS1550 Human Services and the Disenfranchised   3.00
HUS1850 Human Services Externship I   4.00 Pre-Reqs: PCO2202 AND HUS1001
HUS2008 Survey of Counseling Theory and Practice   3.00
HUS2424 Addictions and Treatment   3.00
HUS2441 Addictions, Families, and Communities   3.00
HUS2500 Issues and Ethics in Human Services   3.00
HUS2851 Human Services Externship II   4.00 Pre-Reqs: HUS1850 AND HUS1332
HUS2933 Human Services Seminar   1.00
PCO2202 Counseling Techniques   3.00
PSB2442 Addictions I - Psychology of Addictions   3.00

Sample Program of Study
Course Title    
   
... ... Prerequisite Course  
  SEM HRS  
ENC1101 College Composition   3.00 Pre-Reqs: ENC0025 AND REA0017
   
... ... 1st Semester - Fall  
  SEM HRS  
HUS1001 Introduction to Human Services   3.00
PCO2202 Counseling Techniques   3.00
HUS2933 Human Services Seminar   1.00
   
... ... 2nd Semester - Spring  
  SEM HRS  
HUS1332 Advanced Counseling/Interview Skills   3.00 Pre-Reqs: PCO2202 AND HUS1001
HUS1550 Human Services and the Disenfranchised   3.00
HUS2008 Survey of Counseling Theory and Practice   3.00
PSB2442 Addictions I - Psychology of Addictions   3.00
HUS2441 Addictions, Families, and Communities   3.00
   
... ... 3rd Semester - Summer  
  SEM HRS  
HUS1850 Human Services Externship I   4.00 Pre-Reqs: PCO2202 AND HUS1001
HUS2500 Issues and Ethics in Human Services   3.00
   
... ... 4th Semester - Fall  
  SEM HRS  
HUS2424 Addictions and Treatment   3.00
HUS2851 Human Services Externship II   4.00 Pre-Reqs: HUS1850 AND HUS1332
TOTAL  ...   39.00

Note: Sequence of courses may vary. Check catalog course descriptions for requisite requirements.


2012-2013 College Catalog. To view previous catalogs, please click here.