Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies

This program leads to a profession which requires an occupational license as defined under Texas Occupations Code 58.001. This requires that all applicants seeking to become licensed must undergo a criminal background check prior to licensure.


A Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies degree program within the School of Rehabilitation Services and Counseling has stated a mission of preparing students to become addiction counseling specialists. Graduates will enter the field of substance abuse prevention and treatment and assist individuals to overcome their addictions and healthy lives, independent lives.


Degrees Awarded 

Academic Year   Doctoral   Masters   Bachelors   Total
2017-2018 8 54 225 287
2016-2017 1 31 274 306
2015-2016 0 46 295 341

 

Year   Doctoral   Masters   Undergraduate   Total
2014 4 36 246 286
2013 2 46 119 167
2012 0 29 199 228
2011 0 37 148 185

 Enrollment Data

Year   Doctoral   Masters   Undergraduate   Total
2016 33 135 762 930
2015 21 117 926 1064
2014 29 138 1016 1183
2013 29 118 1019 1166
2012 26 114 1019 1159
2011 27 99 750 876
2010 17 43 643 703