Research and Program Evaluation
This course examines areas including statistics, research design, and development of research and demonstration proposals in a multicultural and ethical context. It includes understanding the importance of research in advancing the Counseling profession; program development and demonstration proposals; development and evaluation of program objectives; principles, models, and applications of needs assessment; and culturally and ethically relevant strategies for interpreting the results. Additional minimal fees for the purchase of assessment tools may be required of the student for this course. Self-growth experiential activities may be associated with the content of this course.
Content Areas: research and program evaluation, professional practice, professional identity, social and cultural diversity
Heppner, Wampold, & Kivlighan. (2008).
Research Design in Counseling, 3rd Ed.