Full-time students will enrol in both HGW708 & HGW709 concurrently in the same semester; and part-time students will enrol in HGW708 & HGW709 over two consecutive semesters.
Students in this unit will develop a proposal for a research project that will be undertaken in HGW709 Minor Thesis B. The topic of the research proposal will reflect an area of interest relevant to social work and/or professional practice and the methodology may be qualitative or quantitative.
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|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
Dr Anne Coleman
|Available as student elective?||No|
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Prereq: HGW701, HGW702, HGW703, HGW704
M.EXCL: HGW705 , HGW706
Students are required to attend designated research proposal seminars conducted as part of the Masters of Social Work (Advanced Practice).
5000-6000 word research proposal (80%); class presentation (20%)
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