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SW 321. Statistics for Social Work Research. 3 Hours.

This course provides the context for understanding the analysis and interpretation of quantitative data. Descriptive and inferential statistics will be covered, along with hypothesis testing and statistical significance. Students will become more familiarized with research-informed practice and practice-informed research. Quantitative Literacy is a significant component of this course.
Prerequisites: SW 320 [Min Grade: C]

School of Public Health

http://catalog.uab.edu/undergraduate/schoolofpublichealth/

...180 , SW 203 , SW 208 , SW 309 , SW...learning designated course. PUH 321 The Workplace Environment...

Department of Anthropology

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...PHL 116 Bioethics PHL 321 Cooperation and Competition...SOC 431 Environmental Sociology SW 208 Disaster Preparedness...

Department of Social Work

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...Environment II 3 SW 320 Introduction to Research Methods 3 SW 321 Statistics for Social...

American Studies

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...Dynamics SW 203 Social Welfare History SW 100...Race in America PSC 321 Public Opinion in...

Peace, Justice and Ecology

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...PHL 116 Bioethics PHL 321 Cooperation and Competition...SOC 431 Environmental Sociology SW 208 Disaster Preparedness...