Alcohol and Drug Studies Certificate of Achievement
The Certificate of Achievement is designed to provide students with skills necessary for employment as supervised chemical dependency counselors, as well as advancement toward the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP and CAADE certification). Students earning the certificate may also choose to continue their study toward an Associate of Arts degree in the field. Past recipients of the COD Certificate of Achievement in Alcohol and Drug Studies have obtained positions as supervised chemical dependency counselors, locally and throughout California.
A minimum grade of "C" must be earned in all courses for the certificate. In addition, students will be required to have 75% attendance in order to apply the courses toward CCAPP certification.
|HSAD 001||Introduction to Alcohol & Drug Studies (Prerequisite for other HSAD courses, offered Fall & Spring)||3|
|HSAD 002||Intro to Human Services Counseling||3|
|HSAD 004||Personal & Professional Growth||2|
|HSAD 024||Law/Ethics: Community Resources||3|
|HSAD 036||Counseling Diverse Populations (See item #3 under Requirements for Internship)||3|
|HSAD 020||Biomedical Pharmacology||3|
|HSAD 022||Case Management||3|
|HSAD 030||Individual, Group & Family Counseling||3|
|HSAD 034||Dual Diagnosis||3|
|Internship/Practicum (Fall & Spring)|
|HSAD 032A||Alcohol & Drug: Supervised Practicum I||2|
|HSAD 032B||Alcohol & Drug: Supervised Practicum II||2|
|HSAD 033A||Alcohol & Drug Supervised Internship I||1|
|HSAD 033B||Alcohol & Drug Supervised Internship II||1|
|HSAD 095B||Alcohol and Drug Work Experience (Maximum of 4 units may be used for work experience.)||2, 2|
These courses prepare students for the certification options. Below are agencies that provide state accepted certification. Please contact the agencies directly with specific questions.