2020-2021 Graduate Catalog

CPS 503 Research Design and Methods

Instruction and class activities focused on drafting a thesis proposal, a hypothetical research report, or a literature review for a formal assessment, action research evaluation while developing proficiency in such research skills as identifying and focusing on a research problem. The course will enable the student to access and interpret scholarly literature to design quantitative or qualitative research methods, including action research, and to identify research instructions for a program-specific project in individual, group, marriage and family, and school counseling. 3 credits. Prerequisite: CNS 502 or its equivalent.




( CN502GN OR CPS502 )