Our online Master’s in Addiction Studies: Integrated Recovery for Co-Occurring Disorders program prepares you with the knowledge and skills to treat and effectively promote recovery for individuals who suffer from alcohol or other drug addiction as well as co-occurring mental health or medical complications. The curriculum features courses in differential diagnosis, trauma-informed treatment, medical issues, psychopharmacology, and recovery management, and includes an evidence-based approach-to-service provision that is integrated in care from the first contact with the client. This program is offered in an online format to provide a flexible and convenient method of obtaining advanced training in the behavioral health field. Program Overview 60-credits Full-time 24-month program with part-time options available Customizable degree through internships and other elective courses Three convenient start dates throughout the year: January, May and September Curriculum designed to meet the academic requirements for the Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) credentials in Minnesota* Financial aid and grants are available to those who qualify Completion of an online orientation course engages students in learning activities and equips them to succeed as online learners On-site residencies will combine classroom instruction and interactive learning See the course outlines below. Is an Online Graduate Education Right for Me? Seven factors to consider to determine whether the online master's degree program at the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies is the best fit for you. Learn more. Prospective Online Student Readiness Questionnaire Make sure our online program is right for you by completing our helpful questionnaire.