Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for HSCD 353 at Metropolitan State University in

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Century College
ADCO 1060 - Professional Conduct in Addiction Counseling - 3 credits
This course addresses the multicultural aspects of addiction counseling, professional and ethical responsibilities, orientation, consultation, reporting and record keeping, referral, case management and treatment planning. Students explore a model for ethical decision making in reference to chemical dependency. They also discuss confidentiality, professional boundaries, and rules of conduct. The course includes a minimum of six hours of ethics as required by the Minnesota Certification Board, Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery, and Chemical Health and National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets academic coursework criteria of Minnesota Statute 2005 Chapter 148c, Subdivision 5a, Area 2 and Minnesota Rule 4747. Service learning is a component of this course. Prerequisite: ADCO 1020 and HSER 1030.
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ADCO 2050 - Case Management for Addiction Counseling Treatment - 3 credits
This course will address an overview of the multiaxial assessment of the DSMIV. Special problems, including mental health issues will be discussed. The course provides students with knowledge and practice in case management, through screening, assessment, treatment planning, consulting, referral, and recordkeeping. The student will practice documentation of client problems, goals, objectives, and progress notes as required by treatment centers. This course meets the requirement for Minnesota Statute 2005 Chapter 148C and Minnesota Rule 4747. Prerequisite: ADCO 1020 and HSER 1030.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College
COUN 2630 - Case Management and Legal and Ethical Standards - 3 credits

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Ridgewater College
HSER 0201 - Introduction to Case Management - 3 credits
This course will examine the theoretical and practical knowledge needed for entry level practice in casework. Casework values will be identified and basic helping skills will be emphasized. Practice of these skills will be stressed. Prerequisite: None
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