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OSU-OKC's Social Services Department offers an Associate in Science in Addictions Counseling and an Associate in Applied Science in Crime Victim/Survivor Services. 

Addictions Counseling

The Associate of Science degree in Addictions Counseling prepares students for continuing their education in the counseling field.

Academic Advantage

  • This Addictions Counseling degree program is geared toward students who are interested in the broader field of counseling and helping people.
  • Graduates are able to transfer into the University of Central Oklahoma’s Bachelor of Arts in Sociology-SubstanceAbuse Studies Program as well as other bachelor-level degree programs in the counseling field.

Career Choices

  • According to the U.S. Department of Labor, “Employment of human service workers is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.”
  • Opportunities for qualified applicants are expected to be excellent.
  • Take your career and academic goals to the next level by continuing your education at OSU-OKC.
  • It’s never too late to change your career!

Crime Victim/Survivor Services

Individuals who are victimized by criminal acts, their families, and the community, need support and intervention from trained professionals in the areas of crisis management, intervention and victim support.

Academic Advantage

  • The Associate in Applied Science in Crime Victim/Survivor Services degree provides the education and skills needed for a career in crime victim advocacy.
  • The degree also provides an opportunity for those currently working in the field to maintain and/or upgrade their education and training.
  • OSU-OKC’s Crime Victim/Survivor Services Program is the only of its kind in the state and one of few programs nationally.

Career Choices

  • The Associate in Applied Sciences degree in Crime Victim/Survivor Services provides the education necessary for entry-level positions in victim advocacy.
  • Graduates of the Crime Victim/Survivor Services program can enter the workforce in a variety of organizations such as family justice centers, victim services in district attorney’s offices, child abuse and prevention services, criminal justice agencies, the Department of Human Services, the Department of Corrections, battered women programs and human services agencies.

Degree Sheet(s)

Degree Sheet (PDF)Addictions Counseling A.S.

Degree Sheet (PDF)Crime Victim/Survivor Services A.A.S.

Degree Sheet (PDF)Crime Victim/Survivor Services Certificate

For More Information Contact:

Kegan Christian
Academic Advisor

Jacqueline Steyn
Department Head, Social Services
Assistant Professor, Crime Victim/Survivor Services

Tiffany Smith
Division Head
Division of Human Services

Joey Fronheiser
Department Head
Professor, Addictions Counseling

Human Services Education Center
3401 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107