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African Studies 016
Agricultural Engineering
Alcohol Studies 047
Animal Sciences 067
Anthropology 070
Art History 082
Arts, Visual and Theater
Asian Studies 098
Biochemistry 115
BIOMAPS 118 (Programs in Quantitative Biology)
Biomedical Engineering 125
Bioresource Engineering 127
Biotechnology 126
Cell and Developmental Biology 148
Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology
Ceramic and Materials Science and Engineering 150
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Chemistry 160
Civil and Environmental Engineering 180
Classics 190
Cognitive Science 185
Communication, Information, and Library Studies 194
Communication Studies
Comparative Literature 195
Computer Science 198
Curatorial Studies
Ecology and Evolution 215
Economics 220
Education 300
Educational Psychology; Educational theory, Policy, and Administration; Learning and Teaching
Electrical and Computer Engineering 332
Engineering Geophysics
English, Literature In (English 350, Composition Studies 352)
English as a Second Language 356
Entomology 370
Environmental Change, Human Dimensions of 378
Environmental Sciences 375
Food and Business Economics 395
Food Science 400
French 420
Geography 450
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German 470
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Industrial and Systems Engineering 540
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Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program 554
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Mathematics 640, 642
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 650
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Medicinal Chemistry 663
Medieval Studies 667
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 681
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Physiology and Integrative Biology 761
Plant Biology 765
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Political Science 790
Psychology 830
Psychology, Applied and Professional
Public Health 832
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Quaternary Studies 841
Russian, Central and East European Studies 859
Social Work 910
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Social Work: Administration, Policy and Planning, and Direct Practice
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
Statistics 960
Theater Arts
Toxicology 963
Urban Planning and Policy Development 970
Urban Planning, City and Regional
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Wireless Communications Certificate
Women's and Gender Studies 988
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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Social Work 910 Graduate Courses  

Graduate Courses

16:910:637(F) Quantitative Research Methods (3) Knowledge and skills needed to carry out independent doctoral-level research in social work. Identification and study of state- of-the-art methods of design and measurement; qualitative and quantitative formulations; data gathering, processing, analysis, and interpretation.
16:910:638(F) Advanced Statistical Methods I (3) Analytic and measurement strategies fundamental to multivariate model testing in policy, administration, and direct practice research. Topics include tabular and loglinear analysis, multiple regression, analysis of covariance, and analysis of variance in its principal forms. Multiple indicators and measurement approaches, such as exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. Prerequisite: 16:910:637.
16:910:639(S) Advanced Statistical Methods II (3) Use of multivariate, quantitative methods. Employing multiple dependent variables, nonlinear relationships, mediator effects, instrument variables, and multilevel analysis. Prerequisite: 16:910:638.
16:910:640(S) Qualitative Research Methods (3) Examination of the methods of collecting, analyzing, presenting, and applying qualitative data. History and evolution of qualitative research methods; theoretical orientations; data-collection methods, including ethnography, participant observation, in-depth interviewing, focus groups, and archival analysis; methods of data analysis; and research applications, including theory development and program design and evaluation.
16:910:644(S) Current Perspectives (3) Theories and models of intervention used in social work direct practice. Applications. Prerequisite: 16:910:687.
16:910:646(S) Family Theory and Program Development (3) Study of family theory and its relationship to program development at different levels of practice and social planning. Geared toward both a policy planning and intervention perspective, as well as a sociological interest in socialization and the study of deviance.
16:910:647(F) Social Policy Analysis (3) Paradigms, methods, and strategies for the analysis of policy from social work, economics, sociology, political science, public administration, policy sciences, and planning.
16:910:649(F) Mental-Health Policy (3) Major issues in mental-health policies and programs in socioenvironmental context.
16:910:650(S) Problems in Health and Social Policy (3) Selected critical issues in the delivery of human services; application of social research to policy. The policy research process. Topics may include care of the aging and the health policy challenge posed by the AIDS epidemic.
16:910:682(F) Advanced Individual Studies in Social Welfare (3) Study in depth, and on an individualized basis, various areas of social policy, social planning, social administration, or direct intervention.
16:910:683(S) Advanced Individual Studies in Social Welfare (3) Provides an opportunity to specialize in a specific area of policy analysis, social planning, social administration, or direct intervention, on an individualized basis.
16:910:687(S) Theory Development in Social Work Direct Practice (3) The relative places and contributions of theoretical conceptualization, "practice wisdom," and descriptive and prescriptive research.
16:910:694(S) Social Work Organizations (3) Applicability of organizational theories and concepts from the social sciences for analysis of human service organizations; strategies and performance with clients and constituents. Criteria and procedures for organizational assessment and case studies of public and private social welfare organizations. Use of various paradigms for critical analysis of organizational culture, environmental interactions, resource dependency, policy impact, and program implementation.
16:910:701,702Dissertation Research (BA,BA) Independent research study related to proposed dissertation, with assistance of appropriate faculty. Dissertation seminar.
16:910:703,704Research Internship (BA,BA) Independent research internship under guidance from the faculty adviser to develop a dissertation proposal.
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