Needs Assessment: A Creative And Practical Guide For Social

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SWES offers graduate work leading to the M. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Applicants who have a minimum of two years of supervised human services experience may apply to be considered for the Human Service with Experience track (HSE). The unspoken lives of bisexual women: An exploration of sexual identity development. In comparison to Master of Science, this professional degree emphases skills and practical analysis over the former’s theory and research.

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