Interest Survey in the NAU Graduate Certificate in Culturally-Centered Addictions Research Training (C-CART)
NAU offers a graduate certificate in culturally centered addictions research training. This funded research training opportunity is open to doctoral students in the health professions such as the Combined Counseling/School Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Interdisciplinary Health and consists of coursework and a service-learning research project conducted over four semesters. 

To assist us with planning, we would like to ascertain your interest in the program and information sessions. We will keep you updated as application materials become available to apply to this program.

Please go here for more information: C-CART Website

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Please indicate approximately how many semester credits you will have completed for your doctoral program by Fall 2024.
Are you interested in applying or getting more information on the Graduate Certificate in Culturally-Centered Addictions Research Training (C-CART)?
If admitted, would you be willing to start the new Culturally-Centered Addictions Research Training (C-CART) in Fall 2024 (students generally take 2-4 credits each semester for a total of 5 semesters including one summer semester)?
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