Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for HSCD 300 at Metropolitan State University in

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Century College
ADCO 1020 - Introduction to Drugs and Alcohol - 3 credits
This course provides an overview of classification of mood altering addictions, signs and symptoms of addicted behavior, treatment, prevention, and cultural issues. The course meets the academic coursework requirement for Minnesota Statute 2005 Chapter 148C: "Overview of alcohol and drug counseling, focusing on the transdisciplinary foundations of alcohol and drug counseling and providing an understanding of theories of addiction counseling, the continuum of care and the process of change." Service learning will be a component of this course.
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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
CDEP 2001 - Chemical Dependency Theories - 4 credits
A study of addiction systems, processes, and treatment modalities; to include historical perspective and the development of current theories and models from initial recognition and intervention to assessment and treatment. The course will explore various views and theories and models from initial recognition and intervention to assessment and treatment. The course will explore various views and theories including social learning. 12-Step approaches, psychoanalytical and behavioral theories, medical models, dual diagnosis, and the mental health concerns. DSM criteria , dimensions models for treatment and several of the current counseling approaches including REBT, Person Centered, Motivational, and Behavioral with be included.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College
COUN 2510 - Introduction to Addictionology - 3 credits

This course acquaints you with what addiction counselors experience both personally and professionally. Ethics, licensure and the 12 core functions of a counselor are discussed. The course focuses on gaining a working knowledge of predominant professional approaches to addiction. Historic approaches, Jellinek theory and the disease concept are critically reviewed. It also examines similarities of many types of harmful dependencies and stresses differences and parallels among various approaches to their treatment. Discussion and writing assignments allow you to further develop critical thinking skills.
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Ridgewater College
HSER 0101 - Introduction to the Study of Chemical Dependency - 3 credits
The historical development of drug abuse and basic terminology of chemical dependency are discussed. Special emphasis is placed on understanding the relationship between personality variables, the environment and the chemical abused. Various theoretical models of treatment are examined. Prerequisite: None.
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St. Cloud State University
CPSY 437 - Foundations of Addictions - 3 credits
Overview of alcohol and drug counseling focusing on the transdisciplinary foundations of addiction counseling and providing an understanding of addiction theories, the continuum of care and the process of change. Graduate level project required. 3 Cr. F,S,SUM.
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