This course examines the bases of scientific inquiry. It provides a theoretical and practical knowledge of research and methodology,
including principles of concept formation and research design. Special emphasis is given to ethical research practices. After a general
review of research in the human sciences, students will concentrate on aspects of qualitative research. Students review the important
tools, methods and techniques for sound and ethical research, including the tools and date of outcomes research. They also learn to
evaluate research literature critically.
(CERT or MA)
Thursday | 7:10-9:30pm GPSA552 Intro to Research in Human Sciences: Quantitative & Qualitative/Vaccaro (Library)