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    Jun 20, 2019  
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PSY-701B Research Methods II

4 semester credits
This is the third of three course requirements in research design and methodology which includes PSY-RSS02  and PSY-RSS27 . This course focuses on developing the abilities to make scholarly arguments, critique existing research studies, and design research studies. The primary outcome of the course is writing a research proposal, including a scholarly review of the literature and methodology, on a topic of interest. 
Pre-requisites: PSY-701A , PSY-717 , PSY-RSS02  
Co-requisites: If not completed previously, PSY-RSS27  must be taken concurrently. PSY-RSS04  is highly recommended as a pre or co-requisite.
Delivery Method: Distance/Electronically Mediated
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Outcome(s):  

  1. Be able to apply basic research design principles and strategies.
  2. Be able to develop a scholarly argument with empirical implications.
  3. Be able to design and write a research proposal.
  4. Demonstrate sensitivity to cultural and individual differences as reflected in research questions and research design. 



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