EPSY 5437: Counseling Research Design

3 CreditsOnline Available

This capstone course is an integration of science and practice. Students will learn research design techniques that are relevant and accessible to counselors in full-time practice, counselor educators, counseling consultants, and others in the counseling professions. Students will develop knowledge and skills related to identifying evidence-based counseling practices, developing and measuring client outcomes, analyzing and using data in counseling, and understanding how to implement ethical and culturally relevant research, data interpretation, and reporting strategies. The bulk of coursework will be the development, presentation, and defense of a research proposal in students’ areas of interest. Students will learn the importance of research in advancing the counseling profession, and will practice using multiple data sources to inform programs and services in schools, counseling agencies, and higher education settings.

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