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INTS 2298:Integrative Studies Research Methods

3 Class Hours 0 Laboratory Hours 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ENGL 1102  
This course will introduce various quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods techniques available to interdisciplinary researchers. Through course readings and activities, students will consider the limits and potential of different methods, particularly in relation to an interdisciplinary problem. While developing their methodological toolkit, students address other critical steps in the research process-including identifying relevant disciplines for examining an interdisciplinary issue, developing a research question around that issue, writing a literature review, and documenting findings. The course will culminate in an interdisciplinary research project and an appreciation of how research enriches our understanding of and relation to the world in which we live.



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