SUT 1231. PROFESSIONALISM IN SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT. 2 Hours.
Equips students with skills and resources to prepare for academic and professional success in a substance use treatment career. Empowers diverse students to identify their individual needs, reflect on opportunities for growth, determine what resources and self-care strategies are appropriate, recognize the faculty role in their development, and formulate a plan for an actively engaged and enriched experience from campus to career. Each class section has a Peer Academic Leader (PAL), who are students who have already taken the course and assist as a discussion leader for the class under the supervision of the instructor. This course is reserved exclusively for students planning to with a Bachelor of Science in Substance Use & Treatment (e.g., SUT-Intended status) who are freshmen; this will be taken concurrently with UNIV 1131. This course or SUT 3300 is required for admission to the BSSUT major.