The following is a list of colleges and universities in the state of Michigan known to offer specializations in Alcohol/Drug Addiction or Prevention Studies. These programs offer a certificate, minor or degree in the Alcohol/Drug Addiction or Prevention and offer a minimum of 12 academic credit-hours at various educational levels depending on the college. Most of the listed programs curriculum includes the transdisciplinary foundations outlined in SAMSHA’s Tap 21. Many are designed to assist students in meeting the educational requirements for one or more MCBAP certifications. Please contact the colleges for additional information.
- Central Michigan University
- Cornerstone University (Grand Rapids)
- Eastern Michigan University
- Finlandia University
- Grand Rapids Community College
- Hazelden Advanced Practice
- Hazelden Integrated Recovery
- Lake Superior State University
- Madonna University
- Marygrove College
- MOTT Community College
- Oakland University
- University of Detroit Mercy
- University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
- University of Michigan-Flint
- University of Toledo (Toledo, OH and Livonia, MI)
- Wayne County Community College
- Western Michigan University
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Specific Education: The majority of course content must focus on alcohol, tobacco, and/or other drug use issues. Key words in course titles are: substance abuse, substance use disorder, drug addiction, chemical dependency, alcohol, tobacco, drug use, or co-occurring disorders.
Related Education: General courses in clinical theory and therapeutic methods, or courses that only touch briefly on substance use disorder will count as related.
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