HS 390. Research Methods in Health Sciences. 3 Credit Hours.
HS 390 is the core required course in research methodology for Health Sciences majors, focusing on the design, implementation, data analyses, and interdisciplinary of health science research. Health Science majors are expected to be well-versed in the conduct and interpretation of various research methodologies in preparation for further study at the graduate level, the workplace, and in life. This course will focus on the major subjects of research design, implementation, and data analysis and interpretation.
Prerequisites: PSY 260 or PSY 263, and COM 280 and MATH 201, and SCI 251 or SCI 265
Session Cycle: Spring
Yearly Cycle: Annual.