This graduate certificate provides specialized advanced clinical training for social work students interested in working in the addictions field. It meets all the classroom educational requirements laid out by the State of Florida for certification through the Florida Certification Board. This certificate program is open to degree-seeking students only.
Course requirements (30 Credits Total):
Human Behavior and the Social Environment I or BSSW equivalent
Human Behavior and the Social Environment II – Psychopathology
Theory and Practice with Groups or BSSW equivalent
Social Work Practice with Individuals & Families or BSSW equivalent
Social Work Practice with Diverse Populations or BSSW equivalent
Clinical Intervention in Couple and Family Social Work Practice
Evaluating Empirically Based Social Work Practice
Current Issues in Addiction Practices
Assessment & Treatment of Addiction & Related Problems
Prevention of Addiction & Related Problems
- Applicants must satisfy all minimum requirements as specified by the University Graduate School for admission into Graduate Programs. This program is open to degree-seeking students only.
- Applicants must submit a Graduate Certificate Program Application, which must be reviewed and approved by the School of Social Work.