MEASRES 6205 Educational Research -- 3 unit(s)
An introduction to research methods relevant to educational research with an emphasis on how these methods address the challenges of conducting research in applied settings such as schools. Course content includes a survey of major types of research designs (both quantitative and qualitative) and their associated approaches for minimizing bias, establishing validity, collecting data, and drawing conclusions. A primary goal of this course is to equip students with an understanding of basic concepts and tools so they can systematically locate, efficiently read and critically evaluate empirical research studies.
Term: Fall 2013
Start/End Date: Aug 26, 2013 - Oct 18, 2013
Meeting Time: Arranged
Location (Facility ID): eLearning
Instruction Mode: Online
Suzanne Freedman, Associate Professor
Class Section: 61
Class Nbr: 7050
If two numbers are listed, undergraduate level class number is listed first, graduate level class number is listed second.
Enrollment is limited.
This course is offered as part of a cohort program and may not be available for open enrollment. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
Cohort members, please submit the request to enroll form through Continuing and Distance Education.
For more information:
Rita Luken, Continuing and Distance Education
Phone: 800-772-1746 or 319-273-2504