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Course Overview

The focus of this course is on the development of knowledge and skills for systematically monitoring and evaluating social work practice. The course covers quantitative and qualitative methods, ethical issues in research, special considerations in cross-cultural research, the value of single subject designs for evaluation of practice, critical analysis of research studies, and use of research findings in professional practice.

Prerequisites: SWK 307, 308, 335, and 337
Co-requisites: SWK 436 and 484

Program: Social Work

Credit: 3

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SWK-308

Human Behavior and…

The course explores human behavior in communities, organizations…

Social Work

Credits 3

SWK-318

Human Diversity

This course provides students an opportunity for examination…

Social Work

Credits 3

SWK-335

Social Work Practice…

This is the first course in the social…

Social Work

Credits 3

SWK-337

Social Work Practice…

Case Management is a required course in the…

Social Work

Credits 3

SWK-395

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Social Work

Credits 1-5

SWK-436

Social Work Practice…

This course focuses on the development of knowledge…

Social Work

Credits 3