Mental Health, Social Service and Addiction Counseling

  • A degree in Mental Health, Social Service and Addiction Counseling can lead to a variety of satisfying careers helping children, families, youth, adults and seniors.  Graduates can work in a wide variety of roles and environments within their diverse communities.

    Our students find internships and employment as social workers, multicultural service providers, addiction counselors, domestic violence advocates, community corrections workers, youth mentors, case managers, advocates, and more.

    Thank you for your interest in this highly regarded program!

    Important Information

  • Application deadline extended to May 27, 2022!

    Information Session

    Students may apply if reading, writing and math prerequisites are in progress this Spring or Summer term. However, if accepted, admission will be conditional until the prerequisites are completed with a C grade or higher prior to starting the program.


    Need Advising Help? 

    If you would like assistance with prerequisite course planning or determining your readiness to apply, contact an academic adviser