Academy for Addictive Disorders Credit Transfer Guide for Union Institute & University

Academy for Addictive DisordersCredits for Transfer
Academy for Addictive Disorders Curriculum25 LL
Addictionology3 LL
Addiction—Mental Health and Pharmacology1 LL
STD/HIV—AIDS and Addiction1 LL
LGBT, Human Sexuality, Cultural Issues, and Addiction1 LL
Psychopathology3 LL
Clinical Counseling Theory Techniques I3 LL
Clinical Evaluations2 LL
Treatment Planning, Implementation, and Review2 LL
Case Management1 LL
Clinical Counseling Theory Techniques II3 LL
Client, Community, Family—Addiction Education1 LL
Clinical Documentation1 LL
Clinical Supervision1 LL
Laws and Ethics in Counseling2 LL

Union Institute & University (UI&U) will award 25 credits to students who successfully complete the course training program with the Academy of Addictive Studies. Credit hours recommended in this agreement will be extended to anyone who holds a current Florida certification as a Certified Addiction Specialist or Certified Addiction Counselor. This agreement will further be extended to anyone who holds a current Certified Addiction Counselor designation by virtue of successful passage of the international examination and whose home state participates in the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium.

Other certificates and documented training will be evaluated on an individual bases and awarded appropriate credits based on the results of the evaluation. Union Institute & University accepts credits in transfer from regionally accredited colleges and universities and reserves the right to apply, or not to apply, acceptable transfer credit toward degree requirements. Please see University Catalog for complete details.

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Class Start Dates: Undergraduate classes start every 8 weeks

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