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APSY 2216 Research Methods and Analyses (Fall/Spring: 3 )


Course Description

Prepares professionals in the fields of human development and education to understand, design, and conduct preliminary analyses of research investigations related to applied topics. Provides students with necessary strategies and techniques to read and evaluate research studies. Students will learn fundamental concepts of research design and basic statistical procedures for analyzing data. Emphasizes understanding the basic concepts underlying different approaches to research design and analysis. Highlights research examples from the fields of human development, human services, and education.


Instructor(s): Michael Russell and Laura O'Dwyer

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 07-Dec-13