The Minor in Addiction Studies is unique in drawing from experts from many different disciplines—medical, humanities, legal, social sciences, and more—to provide multi-perspective training in addiction and related issues. The program is designed for students whose interests and career goals involve addiction at any level.
The Minor in Addiction Studies* requires a total of 18 credit hours. Students must complete 6 courses, with most courses consisting of three (3) credits.
Students must complete four additional courses from the following list:
At least three upper-level classes (300- or 400-level) must be taken at the University at Buffalo.
This multidisciplinary degree complements a wide range of majors, providing students with an evidence-based understanding of the many dimensions of addiction.