SER 120 : Readings and Research in Human Services

This course guides students through the process of searching for and evaluating source material for papers and other research assignments, and provide a framework for the reading and on-going professional education that students face in future internship/job and education settings. Finding, discussing, and critiquing a variety of research sources constitutes a major portion of the course. One lecture hour per week. Note: There are no prerequisites for this course and SER 120 is open to any student in any program. Not offered every year
    Student Learning Outcomes will be developed by the instructor based on the topic and content of the course.