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EPSY 817

Certification Seminar in Chemical Dependency Studies

  • Class Number: 4209
  • Units: 1
  • Fee: $139.00

This is the culminating 1 credit seminar for the Certificate in Chemical Dependency Studies for all certification tracks.  This class will assist to prepare the student for a supervised practicum and working in the chemical dependency field.  This class will move the student from the educational arena to the experiential. Prerequisites: A.A. degree or equivalent in units 84 quarter/56 semester is strongly recommended. Minimum requirement is 18 years of age or older, high school diploma or GED equivalent plus one year sobriety. Successful completion (final grade of C  or better) of all of the required courses for the student's certification track and completion of a majority of elective units.  The student must have applied to the program and prepare a petition for certification for their file with the University Extension Office. Grading: A-F grading only. Equivalent Quarter Course: EPSY 7616.

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This course takes place entirely online with synchronous Zoom class meetings on 12/5 and 12/6 from 9 am - 1 pm. Students should enroll in this course only if they have completed all other course requirements for their specific track. Enrolled students can access course materials on CSUEB's BlackBoard system at Students who have previously received a BA or BS from CSUEB should enroll in this course using the Forever Pioneer Registration Form on the 'Tuition & Fees' page on the CSUEB Continuing Education website.

Meeting Times

December 5, 2020 - December 6, 2020


Matthew Cox, Benjamin Eiland





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