Addictive Disorders and Recovery Studies (ADRS)
2125. Collegiate Community Seminar (1). Prerequisite: Consent of department. Philosophy and process of recovery from addiction. Intensive seminar and laboratory experience. May be repeated for credit.
2310. Understanding Alcohol, Drugs, and Addictive Behaviors (3). Designed to provide students with an introduction to addiction, including the nature of addiction, its history, biology, inter/intra personal, and social aspects. Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
2327. Substance Abuse Prevention (3). Introduction to different perspectives on current research and methodologies in the field of substance abuse.Back to Top
3325. Family Dynamics of Addiction and Recovery (3). Prerequisite or corequisite: C or higher in ADRS 2310. An examination of the family system with specific reference to the causes and effects of chemical abuse, addiction, and the process of recovery.
3329. Addiction, Recovery, and Relationships (3). Prerequisite or corequisite: C or higher in ADRS 2310. Addicted persons may have difficulties with intimate relationships. Relationships can also be a specific addiction. Examines addiction, relationships, and addictive relationships.Back to Top
4000. Individual Study (3). Prerequisites: C or higher in ADRS 2310 and written consent of supervising faculty member. Teaching assistantships, independent coursework, or student-initiated research experience. May be repeated once for credit.
4320. Research in Addictive Disorders (3). Prerequisites: C or higher in ADRS 2310 and written consent of a supervising faculty member and senior standing. Supervised faculty-initiated research experience in selected areas. May be repeated twice for credit.
4325. Treatment of Addictive Disorders (3). Prerequisites: C or higher in ADRS 2310 and ADRS 3325. Survey of the current treatment philosophies and programs designed to assist individuals and families affected by addictive disorders.
4329. Eating Disorders (3). Prerequisite: C or higher in ADRS 2310. Nature of eating disorders and approaches to prevention and intervention.Back to Top
5310. Issues of Addiction and Recovery (3). Provides students with an introduction to addiction, including the nature of addiction, epidemiology, history, models, lifespan issues, treatment, and recovery.
5311. Problems in Addictive Disorders and Recovery Studies (3). Individual study in problems related to addictive disorders and recovery. May be repeated for credit.Back to Top
6301. Couple and Family Dynamics of Addiction (3). Study of the theory and research related to addictive behaviors and couple/family relationships. Focuses on systemic etiological factors and relational outcomes.
6315. Systemic Treatments and Addictions (3). Study of systemically relevant treatment approaches and strategies for addictive behaviors. Focus is on treating addictions and compulsive behaviors using systemic-focused (e.g., couple and family) approaches.
6329. Eating Disorders: An Overview of Advanced Topics (3). Provides an overview of advanced topics related to eating disorders. Topics range from their definitions in the current literature to a continuum of treatment options and recovery.Back to Top