The MSc in Clinical Interventions in Addictions  provides postgraduate education and training by focusing on the most recent psychological, biological and  ecological approaches in considering drug abuse and, and its effective prevention and treatment.
The curriculum integrates theory and practice oriented clinical understanding with the latest evidence-based knowledge regarding assessment, treatment, and prevention of substance abuse and dependence. The curriculum is based on close collaboration with a network of clinicians, researchers and clinical faculty who have a shared commitment to excellence in prevention and treatment work, and to supporting and strengthening national endeavors in this field.
The program is designed and implemented within a professional education paradigm of teaching and learning which includes lectures, seminars, workshops, practice supervision groups, clinical placements, and reflective learning exercises.
The research component and final MSc thesis aim to contribute to the evidence-based knowledge in substance abuse prevention and treatment in the country.