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Springfield, Massachusetts


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PSYC 715

Research Methods

The goal of this course is to provide doctoral students in counseling with the opportunity to refine their understanding of research methods, increase their ability to be informed consumers of research findings, and improve their skills at developing research proposals. Students develop their skills in survey and analysis of research and program evaluation procedures. They learn how to critically review literature, and formulate questions, and they learn about quantitative and qualitative methodology, and data analysis as a foundation for reading research literate and generating research proposals

Units: 3.0

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