Research Sequence

Social work student doing research at a computer

The research sequence teaches a wide range of content knowledge. Courses develop skills in critical thinking, in conducting qualitative and quantitative research and writing and in addressing value and ethical issues related to doing and reporting research. The required research course prepares students for the independent research project, which is done during the placement period in the final year.

For more about the Research sequence, see M.S.W. Research Requirements.