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Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for SOWK 522 at Metropolitan State University in Fall 2017 (Aug - Dec)

While all courses listed as equivalents below are transferable, they are not necessarily equivalent in both directions. The courses below transfer TO the college or university shown above. To see how courses from your home college or university transfer to other participating colleges or universities, you can search Transferology.

If you are enrolling in the equivalent course in order to fulfill a program/major requirement, it is best to check with your academic advisor to ensure that the equivalent course will meet the requirements of your particular major.

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Bemidji State University
SOWK 3553 - Generalist Practice 3 - 3 credits

Introduces and applies models for establishing and engaging in the professional helping relationship with task groups, organizations, and communities focusing on systems change: assessment and engagement, intervention, advocacy, leadership, community organizing and strategic planning to create change. Students learn and practice cause advocacy and grantwriting skills. Emphasis is on cultural competence and the application of ethical group practice in task groups, community organizing, and cause advocacy.
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SOWK 3553 - Generalist Practice 3 - 3 credits

Introduces and applies models for establishing and engaging in the professional helping relationship with task groups, organizations, and communities focusing on systems change: assessment and engagement, intervention, advocacy, leadership, community organizing and strategic planning to create change. Students learn and practice cause advocacy and grantwriting skills. Emphasis is on cultural competence and the application of ethical group practice in task groups, community organizing, and cause advocacy.
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SOWK 3552 - Generalist Practice 2 - 3 credits

Introduces and applies models for establishing and engaging in the professional helping relationship with support and treatment groups. Students learn, practice, and critically examine knowledge, skills, and values related to group processes: planning, assessment, facilitation, leadership, evaluation, role development, and ethical practice. Emphasis is on cultural competence in social work practice with groups. Prerequisite: SOWK 2130 and SOWK 3551.
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SOWK 3552 - Generalist Practice 2 - 3 credits

Introduces and applies models for establishing and engaging in the professional helping relationship with support and treatment groups. Students learn, practice, and critically examine knowledge, skills, and values related to group processes: planning, assessment, facilitation, leadership, evaluation, role development, and ethical practice. Emphasis is on cultural competence in social work practice with groups. Prerequisite: SOWK 2130 and SOWK 3551.
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Minnesota State University Moorhead
SW 450 - Generalist Practice: Communities and Organizations - 3 credits

Generalist social work practice utilizing the problem solving model with focus on the knowledge, values and skills for working with organizations and communities. Prior or concurrent enrollment in SW 460 is required.
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Winona State University
SOCW 415 - Practice III - 3 credits

Registration into this course requires an admission process and acceptance into the program. This is the final of the practice courses designed to prepare students as generalist practitioners able to provide services to client systems at all levels. The focus of this course is on the evaluation and termination processes of planned change, crisis intervention, and macro skills of intervention. Prerequisites: Admission to the social work major and successful completion of SOCW 385. This course is taken concurrently with SOCW 400. Limited enrollment. Grade only. Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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SOCW 415 - Practice III - 3 credits

Registration into this course requires an admission process and acceptance into the program. This is the final of the practice courses designed to prepare students as generalist practitioners able to provide services to client systems at all levels. The focus of this course is on the evaluation and termination processes of planned change, crisis intervention, and macro skills of intervention. Prerequisites: Admission to the social work major and successful completion of SOCW 385. This course is taken concurrently with SOCW 400. Limited enrollment. Grade only. Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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SOCW 385 - Practice II - 3 credits

Registration into this course requires an admission process and acceptance into the program. This course is a continuation of Social Work Practice I (SOCW 365). It looks at generalist practice skills needed in assessment and to affect change utilizing a strengths perspective. Students learn to utilize these skills working with groups, families, and individuals of different backgrounds and cultures. Prerequisites: SOCW 365 and admission to the social work major. Limited enrollment. Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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SOCW 385 - Practice II - 3 credits

Registration into this course requires an admission process and acceptance into the program. This course is a continuation of Social Work Practice I (SOCW 365). It looks at generalist practice skills needed in assessment and to affect change utilizing a strengths perspective. Students learn to utilize these skills working with groups, families, and individuals of different backgrounds and cultures. Prerequisites: SOCW 365 and admission to the social work major. Limited enrollment. Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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