Addictions Counseling

There are two options within addiction counseling (1) a full 60-hour masters program or (2) the 12-hour graduate certificate program in addictions. The certificate program may be completed within or separate from the M.A. program. To apply for the master's program or the certificate program, visit the Graduate School website.

Expressive Arts Therapy

Expressive Arts Therapy is the practice of using imagery, storytelling, dance, music, drama, poetry, movement, dreamwork, and visual arts together, in an integrated way, to foster human growth, development, and healing. It is about reclaiming our innate capacity as human beings for creative expression of our individual and collective human experience in artistic form. Expressive arts therapy is also about experiencing the natural capacity of creative expression and creative community for healing.

Aging, Health & Society

Aging, Health & Society Program in the Department of Sociology prepares students for careers requiring graduate-level knowledge and skills in areas relating to aging populations and their health, as well as training towards pursuing advanced degrees. Emphasis is placed on knowledge about sociological and related processes of normal aging; social factors that influence health outcomes; theory, research, and professional career preparation; and public policies pertaining to older populations and the delivery of health care. The program also is approved by the NC Division of Health Service Regulation to offer the Administrator-in-Training Program.