Approved Research Methods Courses

Approved Research Methods Courses
 

The College’s Academic Matters Committee has assigned the following courses the Research Methods designation. This list applies to all doctoral students matriculating fall 2016 or later who fall into one of two categories:

1. Students matriculating for fall 2016 are required to take four research methods courses from the list below
(no substitutions). Two of the four courses must be quantitative research methods courses.
2. Students matriculating fall 2017 or later, are required to take four research methods courses from the list below (no substitutions). Two of those four courses must be quantitative and one must be a (qualitative) research methods course.

Qualitative Research Methods Courses

Course Number Course Title
EDUC 619  Qualitative Research Methods in Education
EDUC 718  Action Research in Schools
EDUC 721  Research Methods in International Education
EDUC 749  Multilingualism & Society
EDUC 790L  Case Logic & Studies in Qualitative Research
EDUC 794D  S-Discourse Analysis
EDUC 797A  ST-Qualitative Data Analysis
EDUC 797C  Alternative Paradigms: Critical Research in Education
EDUC 815  Researching Language, Literature, & Culture
EDUC 815  Researching Language, Literature, & Culture Part II
EDUC 819  Alternative Research Methods in International Education
EDUC 888 (Youth) Participatory Action Research Methods

Quantitative Research Methods Courses

Course Number Course Title  
EDUC 555 Introduction to Statistics/Computer Analysis I  
EDUC 637 Nonparametric Statistical Analysis in Ed & Psych  
EDUC 650 Regression Analysis  
EDUC 652 Mixed Methods Research  
EDUC 656 Introduction to Statistics/Computer Analysis II  
EDUC 661 Educational Research Methods  
EDUC 663 Single Subject Research Design in School Psych  
EDUC 664 Res Methods: Quasi-Experimental & Group Designs  
EDUC 671 Survey Research Methods  
EDUC 676 Secondary Data Analysis  
EDUC 686 Making Sense of School Data  
EDUC 727 Scale and Instrument Development  
EDUC 731 Structural Equation Modeling  
EDUC 790E Social Network Analysis  
EDUC 822 Research in Special Education  
PUB&ADM 697B Intro to Geographic Information Systems  
SOC 712 Advance Graduate Statistics  

 

Courses will be reviewed for the research methods designation once each semester by the College Academic Matters Committee (after receiving approval by department level academic matters committees). Courses that meet the criteria will be added to the approved list.