Metropolitan State University

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Course Equivalents for SOWK 582 at Metropolitan State University in

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Minnesota State University, Mankato
SOWK 450 - Integrative Seminar - 4 credits

Integration of senior field practicum with academic content and concepts. Serves as the capstone experience. Taken with SOWK 455. Prereq: SOWK Foundation, Practice Sequence, and permission
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Southwest Minnesota State University
SWRK 485 - Social Work Field Seminar - 4 credits
Capstone, integrative seminar on topics related to social work practice, with attention to issues and problems experienced in field instruction. Concurrent enrollment in SWRK 499 required.
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Winona State University
SOCW 400 - Practicum Preparation - 4 credits

This course aims to facilitate students' preparation for the practicum experience. The course includes development of interview skills, resume building, selection of a practicum placement site, development of a learning contract, and preparation of a capstone research project. Prerequisites: Admission to the social work major and completion of (or in the process of completing) all coursework for graduation except the Practicum and Seminar (SOCW 475). Grade only. Offered each semester on the Winona campus and annually on the Rochester campus.
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