The Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies provides a quality education with exceptional training and knowledge of evidence-based practices in addiction treatment and recovery. By gaining clinical experience as well through our master's programs, you will be ready to start your career as soon as you complete your degree. Program Master of Arts in Addiction Counseling Master of Arts in Addiction Counseling: Advanced Practice Master of Arts in Addiction Studies: Integrated Recovery for Co-Occurring Disorders Total Credits 44 60 60 Full-time Program Duration 12 months 20 months 24 months Application Fee (Non-Refundable) $40 $40 $60 2017 Tuition $731/credit $731/credit $731/credit 2018 Tuition $753/credit $753/credit $753/credit Technology Fee (per semester) $70 $70 $70 Estimated Books and Supplies $2,000 $2,650 $3,000 Time2Track Fee — — $36.95 annual individual subscription (need to purchase when enrolled in IR-825) Residency Fee (per residency) — — $100 Administrative Fee $200 (billed when enrolled in CPC-703) $200 (billed when enrolled in CPC-813) $200 (billed when enrolled in IR-815) Proctored Examination Fees If applicable, students are required to follow the proctored examination policy for online courses as listed in the College Catalog and Student Handbook. If a student secures a proctor who requires a fee, the fee is the responsibility of the student. Veteran Benefits: Serving Those Who Served Us The Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies has been approved by the Minnesota State Approving Agency for a number of Veterans Affairs education programs including the Post – 9/11 GI Bill. Whether you are planning to attend Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies or are currently enrolled, we are here to help current military members, veterans, and your family members access these education benefits. To learn more, please contact Kate Gray, Student Success Coordinator, by email at KGray@HazeldenBettyFord.edu or by phone at 1-651-213-4425.