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HSC4730H Honors Health Sciences Research

This course incorporates basic research methods, processes and models in analyzing research studies and incorporating current quality standards and evidence-based protocols into healthcare. Students are introduced to the formal study of research methods, including literature search, hypothesis generation and testing, sampling theory, research design, data analysis and report-writing. Application of these methods will be utilized to research health-related and health administration-related topics. Student must be accepted into the Honors Program.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors program.

Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Credits: 3.00

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