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HS 2275 - Research Methods for Human Services

3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MATH 1107 or equivalent.
This required course introduces quantitative and qualitative social science research methods with an emphasis on specific methods necessary for human service research and evaluation. This course enables students to become informed producers and consumers of research products, particularly in the human service areas. The emphasis is on basic concepts and underlying assumptions of various social science research methodologies and their design implications. It also develops skills in designing research projects with a particular emphasis on survey research. This course content has critical application in HS 4498- Capstone course.

Notes: Offered as an online course.



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