Substance Abuse Counselor / AA

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Substance Abuse Counselor/Associate of Arts
2015
This program will provide an environment that broadens perspectives, builds self-awareness,
and develops effective skills for substance abuse counseling. This degree prepares students for
licensing as a Substance Abuse Counselor in New Mexico. The program is also designed for
students wishing to complete a baccalaureate degree in integrated studies or in the social
sciences, including psychology, sociology, or social work, with an emphasis in substance abuse
counseling.
General Education (38 crs)
Area I Communications (9cr)
Semester
Grade
ENG 111
ENG 112
SPCH 130
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English Composition I (3)
English Composition II (3)
Public Speaking (3)
Area II Mathematics (3)
MATH 145 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (3)
Area III Laboratory Sciences (8)
Select two survey courses with labs
Area IV Social/Behavioral Sciences (9)
PSY 105
PSY 232
SOC 101
General Psychology (3)
Abnormal Psychology (3)
Introduction to Sociology (3)
Area V Humanities and Fine Arts (6)
Select two of the following courses
ART 105
Introduction to Art (3)
ART 107
History of Art (3)
ART 208
History of NM Art& Arch. I (3)
ART 211
History of Art II (3)
DANC 240 Dance Appreciation (3)
DANC 245 Dance History (3)
ENG Lit.
FDMA 280
HIST 101
HIST 102
HIST 161
HIST 162
HIST 220
HIST 230
HIST 250
HIST 260
HUM 101
HUM 102
HUM 105
HUM 200
MUS 103
MUS 105
MUS 218
PHIL 110
PHIL 111
PHIL 220
PHIL 250
PIS 200
THE 120
THE 130
Courses numbered 260-298
History of Cinema (3)
Western Civilization I (3)
Western Civilization II (3)
History of the U.S. to 1877 (3)
History of the U.S. from 1877 (3)
Southwestern Women’s History (3)
Chicano Experience in the US
American Indian History (3)
History of New Mexico (3)
Humanities I (3)
Humanities II (3)
Humanities and the Southwest (3)
Comparative Religion (3)
Music History and Literature (3)
Music Appreciation (3)
Music History and Literature (3)
Intro to Philosophical Problems (3)
History of Philosophy (3)
Ethics (3)
Critical Thinking (3)
Introduction to Pueblo Indian Studies (3)
Introduction to Theatre I (3)
History of Theatre (3)
Area VI FYE 101: First Year Experience (3)
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Program Requirements (24 crs)
PSY 140
PSY 141
PSY 215
PSY 250
PSY 260
PSY 275
SOC 140
Introduction to Substance Abuse Studies (3)
Psych of Alcohol & Drug Abuse (SOC 141)(3)
Basic Counseling Skills (3)
Alcohol & Drug Abuse Assessment, Treatment
& Referal (PSY 240/241) (3)
Family Systems Theory & Counseling Apps (3)
Group Process (3)
Sociology of Substance Abuse (3)
Students must choose one of the following courses, depending on advisor approval:
PSY 281
Practicum- Substance Abuse Counselors (3) or
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HSS 288
Foundations of Integrated Studies (3)
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Total Credits 62
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