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Prerequisites: BASC 5333 or Advanced Standing; open only to Social Work M.S.W. students.
Grading Basis: Graded
Focuses on the development of knowledge, attitudes and skills appropriate to the ongoing critical evaluation of social work practice with small and large systems from diverse populations. Prepares students to integrate evaluation methods into assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation of their professional social work practice. Provides students with the knowledge to develop skills for evaluating practice through the use of evaluation designs appropriate for use in micro and macro level practice.
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