Minor in Alcohol and Drug Counseling

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Online Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certification

Minor in Alcohol and Drug Counseling

The Occupational Outlook Handbook indicates a job-growth rate of 27 percent (faster than average) for substance abuse counselors. Crown students can meet this critical demand with the accredited online Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor. Our Christian-centered counseling program addresses how to recognize and respond to addiction, how to support and help those in need, and the role faith plays in recovery.

Students majoring in Criminal Justice, Psychology or Christian Ministry, who pair their B.S. degree program with the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor, dramatically increase their employment options post-graduation. Professional opportunities range from healthcare, education and corrections, to corporations, faith-based organizations, and social-service agencies that work with adults and juveniles. Tuition is priced competitively lower than similar accredited institutions. In fact, 98 percent of those enrolled at Crown receive student loans, scholarships and financial aid.

Crown’s faculty recognizes how alcohol and other drug abuse negatively influences institutions and society. The effects of substance abuse on individuals and families have real emotional, cognitive, cultural, professional, financial and spiritual consequences. Coursework for the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor includes drug and addiction theory, case management, identification and treatment, delivering professional practice and Christian studies that foster ways to incorporate faith into a counseling practice. Students can add internships to the minor to complete licensure requirements.

“By adding an online Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor to their degree program, students can greatly increase their professional options and employment possibilities after graduation.” – Darin Mather, PhD ABD, Program Chair, Social Sciences

Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor Courses



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Tuition

An Affordable Online College Education.

Earning your degree online makes sense. It’s convenient and provides an invaluable advantage to your future success. And at Crown College, it’s affordable. Crown is one of the 10 most affordable Christian colleges in the Midwest. With 98 percent of our students receiving some form of financial aid, we will work with you to figure out the best financial aid package available.

Financial aid is funding made available by the federal government, state government, private entities and Crown. Crown College’s School of Online Studies and Graduate School programs participate in the Federal Pell Grant, Minnesota State Grant and Federal Direct Stafford Loans to help finance your education.

Most financial aid is awarded on the basis of need. The first step is to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA is the government form used to help assess a family’s financial strength. Crown’s school code for FAFSA is: 002383. Students must apply for financial aid each year to be considered for funding.

School of Online Studies & Graduate School Tuition and Fees

 Tuition (per credit)2014-15 Tuition
Undergraduate$399
Graduate, except MBA Program$460
MBA Program$495
Other Fees
Application Fees$20.00
Technology Fee$100 per semester
 Tuition (per credit)2015-16 Tuition
Undergraduate$415
Graduate, except MBA Program$480
MBA Program$495
Other Fees
Application Fees$20.00
Technology Fee$100 per semester