Course: CADV 495A. Child and Adolescent Development Graduate School Skills and Applied Research Training I (3)
Prerequisite: Students must complete department application. Recommended Preparatory: CADV 150; CADV 380/L or PSY 320/L or FCS 431; Completion of the lower division writing requirement. This course will address issues associated with becoming a professional in the field of child and adolescent development through developing applied research skills that will facilitate entry into graduate and professional programs in related fields. Students will: (1) develop competencies in qualitative and quantitative research methods in studying children and adolescents in both laboratory and field-based settings; and (2) gain practical experience applying knowledge of these research methods on actual active Child and Adolescent Development faculty research projects.