Course Information

SWK-4610

This course provides an introduction to the conceptual and quantitative tools used to describe and interpret data in the conduct of social work practice and research. Students learn how to select, calculate, analyze, and interpret statistics applicable to common social work situations related to direct practice, administration and planning, and policy making. Students will be able to recognize the statistical impact that race, gender, age, sexual orientation and other relevant variables have on many psycho-social-spiritual variables during computer labs using SPSS statistical software and current GSS database. Prerequisite: admission to the social work program or permission of the instructor; students must have satisfied Cedarville's mathematics proficiency requirement before enrolling.

Credits:
3.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
Social Work [SW]
Subject:
Social Work [SWK]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2014FA, 2013FA, 2012FA
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2014FA01Dr. Nelson HenningCAL 202 LEC TR 11:00AM-12:15PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
158
2014FA02Dr. Nelson HenningTYL 101 LEC TR 03:30PM-04:45PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
159