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SOCI3420 - Research Methods In Sociology
Spring 2014

This course is designed to introduce students to a variety of research methods used by social scientists. It will focus on the fundamental principles and processes of both quantitative and qualitative research methods through active learning. That is, students will learn how to develop a research question, select appropriate research methods to answer particular questions, analyze and understand data collected, and communicate the findings to a larger audience. This course will give students the competence and skills necessary to not only understand and critically evaluate arguments and data presented to you at work or in the media every day, but also to engage in social inquiry themselves.
Prerequisite: SOCI1010
3 Credits

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