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MSU Denver

Preferred Deadline: January 21, 2022

Applications are accepted and reviewed as they are received. Students accepted after the cohort is full will be placed on a wait list.

Final Deadline: April 15, 2022

Applications are accepted and reviewed as they are received. Students accepted after the cohort is full will be placed on a wait list.

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The Master of Science in Clinical Behavioral Health, emphasis in Addictions Counseling program prepares students to work in a variety of treatment and recovery settings. Students will integrate research, skill development, education in treatment and recovery, evidence-based practices, and field work in treatment and recovery. The program provides the coursework and clinical hours necessary to pursue the Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC). Upon graduation, students will need to pass the State Jurisprudence Exam and the Master Addiction Counselor (MAC) Exam in order to qualify for the LAC.

 

Read more about our how our program is helping students move toward their career and life goals in this RED article, Changing Careers to Change Lives:
https://red.msudenver.edu/2021/changing-careers-to-change-lives.html

For Prospective Students

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For Current Students

Drop Dates

Fall 2021 Drop and Withdraw Dates

The full academic calendar with dates and deadlines can be viewed here:
https://msudenver.edu/events/academic/

DROP A CLASS
Last day to drop and have full-semester class deleted from academic record with:

100% refund – Sunday, August 29, 2021

50% refund – Wednesday, September 8, 2021

WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS
Final Day to Withdraw from full-semester class (tuition may still be owed, class will remain on academic record) – November 5, 2021

Students who withdraw from a class should be aware that it may affect their financial aid and have other consequences. Find information here:

Frequently Asked Questions

Find information about and instructions to Drop and Withdraw here:

Drop and Withdrawal

Academic Advising

Seek advising early and often!

Staying connected with academic advising is one of the best ways to ensure your path to successful degree completion. We are here to support you!

Your academic advisors are

Angela Furney
[email protected]

Dr. Annie Butler
Please message Monica Simpson at [email protected] to schedule an appointment with Dr. Butler

Student Resources

Student Handbook

Students in the program are responsible to be familiar with and abide by the Master of Science in Clinical Behavioral Health Student Handbook.

Department Policies

Program Professional Standards and Code of Conduct