HSC 350 Health Education Evaluation and Research3 Credits
A course designed to introduce the health science major to skills necessary to conduct research and evaluation related to health education and promotion. Topics include selecting, adapting and/or creating data collection instruments; collecting, analyzing and managing data; and interpretation and application of findings. The student will gain an understanding of how evaluation and research is used in different practice settings. Theses settings include community, school, health care, business/industry and college/university.
Prerequisite(s): HSC 100
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