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COMM 3335 Communication Methods: Honors (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course is an honors introduction to research methods used in communication research. Students will learn how to ethically conduct research; develop a working knowledge of the IRB and associated requirements; learn the process of creating a compelling research question/hypothesis; acquire the skills necessary to gather and analyze data; and write initial scholarship regarding their potential thesis project. Overall, this course will create a strong foundation for students who will conduct their own research. Students will demonstrate their understanding of the material as well as their ability to apply the material through exams, a research project, an oral presentation, and daily participation.

Instructor(s): Brett Ingram

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: Open to students in departmental honors

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17