Methods of Research and Program Evaluation   [Archived Catalog]
2011-2012 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Addendum

CC 556 - Methods of Research and Program Evaluation

This course is designed to teach students experimental and quasi-experimental research design at both the conceptual and applied levels. Areas of emphasis include: quantitative and qualitative methodology (research design, data collection, analysis and interpretation); basic statistical analyses; program evaluation; and critical appraisal of published research. Ethical, social and culturally-relevant strategies for interpreting and reporting results of research and program evaluation are integrated throughout the course and within the context of mental health.  (3 Credits)