78-496 Research in Social Work

This course introduces students to the purposes, goals and logic of research methods. The course is oriented toward providing students with basic research skills that can be used in critiquing the research of others and in learning how to evaluate the student's own practice in the future. The course also explains and illustrates the use of research in advocating for new programming, funding, and policy on behalf of at risk-populations. The advanced writing requirement of the General Education Curriculum is successfully completed in this course.




Prerequisite or Concurrent enrollment: 15-330 Ethics.