| Introduction to Research Methods
P594 | 1435 | Sandys
This is a required course in research methods for graduate students in criminal justice. It will focus on issues of philosophy of science, research design, and a broad range of data collection strategies. The goal for the course is to introduce students to the process of conducting social research. The substance of the course is predicated on the belief that there is no single correct research method; rather, one's research questions should dictate the design of the study.
Class Meeting: One 150-minute seminar each week (T, 2:30-5:00P, SY 002)
Instructor: Professor Marla Sandys, Criminal Justice Department