SOCW 5313. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION METHODS IN SOCIAL WORK II. 3 Hours.
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of and ability to analyze, monitor, and evaluate evidence informed interventions and human service programs. In this course quantitative and qualitative research methods and approaches are applied to the scientific and ethical evaluation of evidence informed interventions and human service programs. Research skills and knowledge are presented from the perspective of promoting diversity and social and economic justice in anti-oppressive research and evaluation of social work. Students seeking a Master of Social Work (MSW) must take either SOCW 5313 or SOCW 5323. Prerequisite: Advanced Standing OR SOCW 5308.