Research in baccalaureate social work programs: A model for integration
There is growing consensus among baccalaureate program directors on the importance of the research curriculum in undergraduate social work education. This consensus, however, is not reflected in the practices of many baccalaureate programs which often are characterized by lack of integration of practice and research content, and isolation between research and other segments of the curriculum. The seriousness of this problem is reflected in the frequency with which social work programs are cited by the CSWE Commission on Accreditation for concerns about, or noncompliance with, the research requirements of the Curriculum Policy Statement. This paper presents one model for integrating research in the social work curriculum. Research content is broadly identified and suggestions provided on how to incorporate that content across all curriculum areas.
School of Social Work
Hull Jr, Grafton H., and Noreen Mokuau. "Research in baccalaureate social work programs: A model for integration." Journal of Teaching in Social Work 10, no. 1-2 (1994): 137-147.
Journal of Teaching in Social Work