This unit enables students to acquire skills in a range of quantitative research methods in the social sciences. They learn about censuses and surveys as foundational methods of quantitative research, then move to statistical analyses of quantitative data. No prior university-level mathematical training is assumed, though a basic grasp of simple algebra acquired through upper-level study of maths at high school is expected.
1x2hr lecture/week, 1x1hr lab/week
1x2hr Final Exam (40%), 2x1250wd equivalent Research report (60%)
12 credit points at 2000 level in SociologyProhibitions
SCLG2632 or SCLG3603