Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for SOWK 360 at Metropolitan State University in

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Minnesota State University Moorhead
SW 460 - Social Policy and Policy Practice - 3 credits

Development of social welfare polices and current policy structures, and policy practice, advocacy, analysis, and evaluation used in agency, community, and legislative settings. Admission to the Social Work program is required. Prior or concurrent registration in PARA 470 is also required.
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Southwest Minnesota State University
SWRK 402 - Social Welfare Policy - 3 credits
A critical examination of the evolution of social welfare policy in the United States and examination of the importance of social policy knowledge and skills for generalist social work practice. Students will conduct an analysis of specific social welfare policy and/or program.
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Winona State University
SOCW 380 - American Social Welfare Policy - 3 credits

American social welfare policy has shaped the nature of income maintenance, health, education, employment, and housing in the U.S. Concepts of equality, adequacy, and efficiency as well as dignity and community are used to evaluate the nature and structure of social welfare policies. Prerequisite: Admission to the program or instructor's permission. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus. Grade only. Note: Limited enrollment
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SOCW 410 - Social Welfare Policy Analysis - 3 credits

Registration into this course requires an admission process and acceptance into the program. The focus of this course is the ideology and content of social welfare policy, the process by which it is developed, its implications for social work practitioners at all levels, and methods of affecting change. Prerequisites: Admission to the social work major and successful completion of SOCW 380. Limited enrollment Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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