Nev. Admin. Code § 641C.205 - Allowance of credit for college courses

1. For the purposes of this chapter, subsection 1 of NRS NRS 641C.350 and NRS 641C.390, the Board will consider an applicant for a license or certificate as an alcohol and drug abuse counselor to have successfully completed 2,500 hours of supervised counseling of drug and alcohol abusers if the applicant has successfully completed:
(a) A bachelor's degree in a field of social science approved by the Board that included 18 semester hours, or 27 quarter hours, of study specifically related to the counseling of alcohol and drug abusers from an accredited college or university or has accrued the required 18 semester or 27 quarter hours in education following the completion of a bachelor's degree; or
(b) A graduate degree in a field of social science approved by the Board that included 12 semester hours, or 18 quarter hours, of study specifically related to the counseling of alcohol and drug abusers from an accredited college or university or has accrued the required 12 semester or 18 quarter hours in postgraduate education.
2. For the purposes of this chapter and NRS 641C.330, the Board will consider an applicant for a license as a clinical alcohol and drug abuse counselor to have:
(a) Successfully completed 1,250 hours of supervised, postgraduate counseling of drug and alcohol abusers if the applicant has successfully completed a graduate degree in a field of social science approved by the Board that included 6 semester hours, or 9 quarter hours, of study specifically related to the counseling of alcohol and drug abusers from an accredited college or university; and
(b) Successfully completed 1,250 hours of postgraduate counseling of persons with mental illness who are also alcohol and drug abusers that is supervised if the applicant has successfully completed a graduate degree in a field of social science approved by the Board that included 6 semester hours, or 9 quarter hours, of study specifically related to the counseling of persons with mental illness who are also alcohol and drug abusers from an accredited college or university.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 641C.205
Added to NAC by Bd. of Exam'rs for Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors by R097-00, eff. 8-9-2000; A by R126-01, 1-28-2002; R185-07, 12-17-2008

NRS 641C.200, 641C.330, 641C.350, 641C.390

REVISER'S NOTE.

The regulation of the Board of Examiners for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (now Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselors) filed with the Secretary of State on January 28, 2002 (LCB File No. R126-01), which amended this section, contains the following provision not included in NAC:

"The amendatory provisions of sections 1 and 3 of this regulation [NAC 641C.205 and 641C.220 ] apply retroactively to October 1, 1999."

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