Substance Use Disorder Counseling Concentration Curriculum
Students must earn 120 credits to graduate. Of those credits, 48 must be taken at Springfield College (residency requirement).
Students must complete all three levels of required courses:
- General education requirements
- School of Professional and Continuing Studies requirements
- Addiction studies concentration requirements (Minimum 12 credits taken in residence)
The link below provides a detailed explanation of the graduation requirements and lists the general education requirements categories.
School of Professional and Continuing Studies Requirements
Students enrolled in the substance use disorder counseling (addiction studies) concentration must fulfill their requirements for Group Project, which includes earning 12 credits through the completion of a project that is substance dependency or abuse related (under the course numbers ADST 330, 331, and 332).
Meet Henry Singleton - Concentration Coordinator, Addiction Studies
Henry Singleton is a lecturer/advisor and coordinator of the Addiction Studies concentration in our Bachelor's degree program. Learn more about him and his work with the program!