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Certificates

The MH/AS/DD Program offers several certificates programs. These certificates are designed to meet specific training needs for individuals who already have a college degree, but desire additional training to be more equipped to work in specific areas within the human services profession. Acceptance in to any of the certificate programs requires an individual interview with the certificate coordinators.

Curriculum for all Certificates

Course Descriptions


Advanced Addiction Studies Certificate

A 29-credit-hour program for students with an associate, bachelor or master’s degree in a related field. Completion of this certificate meets the 180 hours of acceptable chemical dependency education hours for CD licensure. Students have two supervised practicum experiences including one with clients who have co-occurring disorders.

The Advanced Addiction Studies Certificate meets the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board’s chemical dependency specific education licensure requirement. The two semesters of clinical internship also may be used for a portion of the qualifying work experience requirement. Please visit www.ocdp.ohio.gov. website for details and  specific requirements for licensure.

For more information and to request admission into the Advanced Addictions Studies Certificate,  please attend one of the CD/Addictions licensure Information Sessions :

Friday, July 11 8:00 am - room to be determined (call 287-2450 for location)

Tuesday, August 5, 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm - (call 287-2540 for location)

Advanced Mental Health Certificate

This 29-credit-hour program is open to students with an associate, bachelor or master’s degree. The curriculum provides courses focused on knowledge and skills necessary to work in the mental health field. Students participate in two practicum experiences in a variety of human service agencies.

 

Advanced Developmental Disabilities Certificate

This 29-credit-hour program is designed for students with an associate, bachelor or master’s degree. The curriculum offers courses focused on knowledge and skills necessary to work with clients with developmental disabilities. Students participate in two practicums in a variety of human service agencies.

 

For more information about any of the above certificates, please contact Dianne Fidelibus at dfidelib@cscc.edu