PS300 - Research Methods

Surveys the range of quantitative (experiments, surveys, etc) and qualitative (observations, interviews, etc) methodologies commonly used in social scientific research. Critically examines issues related to the scientific method including formulating research questions, evaluating social scientific literature, sampling, measurement, design, analysis, interpretation, and communication of results. This course will satisfy the EN 306 requirement for BA in Sociology and BS in Social Psychology major

Credit hours: 3.0
Lecture hours: 3.0

Course Notes:

  • Prerequisite: An introductory science course ; Also listed as SO300

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