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 ACC 110 - Methods & Statistics I

Content

During the first part of the course an introduction in research methods and designs as well as an introduction to statistics is given. The methods & designs part of the course covers the process of forming research questions and turning these into operational measurement plans. Special emphasis is given to experiments and quasi-experiments, surveys, and field research, using existing data. The introduction to statistics will cover descriptive statistics; measures for central tendency, spread, association, univariate and bivariate inferential statistics, univariate regression analysis and analysis of variance. During the second part of the course, students pursue their own research projects in small groups. of the course, students pursue their own research projects in small groups.


Instructor

Dr. Marcin Sklad, Sarah Carter MSc. and ​Dr. Harold Nefs

 

Track 

Methods & Statistics


Required for

This course is required in order to take the following courses:

  • ACC 210 Methods & Statistics II
  • ACC 211 Qualitative Methods: Theory and Practice I