Introduction to research methods in social science. Includes examination of research design, measurement, data collection, data analysis, and the presentation and theoretical interpretation of research findings. Prerequisites: STAT 051 or STAT 111 or STAT 141 or higher; three hours of Sociology or Political Science; minimum Sophomore standing. Cross-listed with: POLS 181.

Subject

SOC

Course Number

100

Credits

4.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Daniel Krymkowski Spring 2020 10267
SOC 100 B Fund of Social Research Jennifer Strickler Spring 2020 15008
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Jennifer Strickler Fall 2019 93957
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Daniel Krymkowski Spring 2019 10294
SOC 100 B Fund of Social Research Jennifer Strickler Spring 2019 10296
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Daniel Krymkowski Fall 2018 95116
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Thomas Macias Spring 2018 10310
SOC 100 B Fund of Social Research Jennifer Strickler Spring 2018 10312
SOC 100 A Fund of Social Research Daniel Krymkowski Fall 2017 90307
SOC 100 B Fund of Social Research Jennifer Strickler Fall 2017 92132

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