2021-2022 Catalog

CPC 691 Advanced Seminar in Integrative Research

The purpose of this course is to support students in becoming more critical consumers of research as it relates to counselling theory and practice. Structured learning opportunities have been developed to support students in locating, understanding, analyzing and applying information from several bodies of knowledge including academic research, grey and popular literature. As well, students will critically examine theories and methods associated with qualitative and quantitative paradigms of inquiry. 

Credits

4

Notes

This instruction for this course is offered over two quarters. The student may require a the third quarter to finalize their project and have it evaluated by a University approved ‘second reader.’This course requires students to participate in the institutional review board (IRB) process before proceeding to the second assignment.