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Course Overview

This course introduces students to qualitative research methods using interactive and applied techniques to teach relevant knowledge and skills. Through the course, students will be expected to conduct their own qualitative pilot study in an ethical manner. Students will develop skills in how to formulate appropriate qualitative research questions, design a qualitative study, determine appropriate methods for establishing trustworthiness, and collect and analyze data using qualitative methods. Students will be exposed to different styles of presenting qualitative research results, and will consider different ways in which qualitative data is used in practice.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisite: EDU 810 Advanced Research Design I or Permission of Instructor; and completion of the Social-Behavioral CITI Ethics training module

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