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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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HAPP 403 - Introduction to International Field Research

(3.00)
The purpose of this course is to help prepare students for the increasingly sophisticated requirements of a global society, to develop an international perspective on important issues in culture, policy and practice, and to gain experience using social science field research methods. The international experience is designed to enable students to conduct field research on issues that will be of importance to the United States and Europe by studying the inter-relationships of health and social policy, science and technology, culture and life style in an international context. Students learn social science research methods and vocabulary and concepts from the disciplines of sociology, anthropology and health services research. This course includes lectures, structured exercises, field trips, site visits and discussions in the United States and Switzerland. Recommended Preparation: Six social science credits and permission of the instructor.

Course ID: 50144
Consent: Department Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Attributes: Culture (GEP), Culture (GFR)
Same as Offered: SOCY 403 



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