COMM 840 - Special Topics in the Social Science Tradition
Section: 001 Quantitative Methods Across the Social Sciences
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Communication Studies (COMM)
Department: LSA Communication Studies
Credits:
3
Repeatability:
May be repeated for a maximum of 15 credit(s). May be elected more than once in the same term.
Primary Instructor:

This graduate-level course takes a broad look at quantitative data collection and analysis techniques used across the social sciences. Each week, we explore a specific technique (or a related set of techniques) to understand how the technique is used in practice, the assumptions that underlie its use, and the types of questions for which the technique may yield insights. This class explores methods including missing data imputation, network analysis, multilevel modeling, and non-parametric bootstrapping. Students will be prepared to evaluate research using these and other techniques and will gain an understanding of which tools would be appropriate for their own research.

COMM 840 - Special Topics in the Social Science Tradition
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001 (SEM)
P
27131
Open
15
15Graduate Standing
-
W 11:30AM - 2:30PM
Note: Reserved for graduate students only.
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