SWK 305 - Perspectives on Social Work Research II[3 credit(s)]
Prerequisite: SWK 200 and SWK 201. This class aims to expand students' understanding of quantitative and qualitative methodologies, techniques and skills for data collection and management. It also aims to provide students with computer skills for text and data processing, and data processing techniques for descriptive and inferential statistics from research data. This course will expand students' knowledge and skills for social-work practice-related research and evaluation.
Semesters Offered: Every Fall and Spring
General Education Category: Quantitative Literacy
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