Social Work (SOWK)
SOWK 4450 Social Work Research Seminar (3 credits)
This course is a capstone research seminar for social work majors. Students are introduced to the basic concepts and procedures of social work research and learn the quantitative and qualitative research approaches that are common to the social work profession and the social sciences. Students will critically examine, interpret, and utilize research findings in relation to everyday social work practice through the application of a research project. Prerequisite: CRJS 3201 or PSY 3402 or SOC 3001 or STAT 3660.