Graduate Course Descriptions

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5201. The Logic of Social Research

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Required of all M.A. candidates in the first year of study. Covers the logic of how to frame and design social research. Topics include the link between theory and method, selection of a research topic, inductive versus deductive reasoning, causality (including research designs for identifying causal relations) and causal errors, conceptualization, operationalization, levels of analysis, measurement, reliability and validity, sampling, using mixed methods, research ethics, and the politics of social research.

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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Enrollment Location Credits Grading Basis Notes
Fall 2024 6561 Storrs In Person Fischer, Mary 001 Reg Tu 12:30pm‑3:15pm
5/12 MAN 125 3.00 Graded