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Credits: 3.00

This course provides health and human service managers with an understanding of the relationship between research and their specific field as well as how research may inform their professional practice. In this course, students identify the key components of the research process, consider qualitative and quantitative research methods, and explore ethical considerations for health and human service research. Students critically evaluate relevant research to determine its applicability and how it may be utilized in their work.

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