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EDUC 5394. UNDERSTANDING AND DESIGNING CLASSROOM RESEARCH. 3 Hours.

In this introductory course, students learn about different types of educational research methods and study designs that can be applied to real-world settings. Furthermore, students learn about how to write measurable research questions, ethically collect data, and be introduced to qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods study designs. At the conclusion of this course, students should be able to understand the basics of educational research to determine whether it would be appropriate for implementation in a real-world authentic setting. This course is to be taken after at least 3 hours of graduate course work and preceding EDUC 5397 or EDUC 5368.

Psychology - Graduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/science/psychology/graduate/

...LAPS 5393 Natural Language Processing for Educational Research LAPS 5394 Social Network Analysis LAPS 5395...

Materials Science and Engineering - Graduate Programs

http://catalog.uta.edu/engineering/materialsscience/graduate/

...the applicant's background, education, professional goals, technical...3 credit hour MSE 5394 MASTER'S RESEARCH...