(BELOW COURSES ARE FROM SPRING 2013 - NOT YET UPDATED FOR 2014-2015)
Professors: Joseph W. Chevarley, M.P.A. Massachusetts; Carol Fallon, B.S. Salem State, Verizon Professional Certification; Robert Herbstzuber, B.S., Cand. M.B.A., Boston College; Anna Nielsen, A.B. Boston College, M.S., Ph.,D. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Brendan Rapple, A.B. Dublin, A.M. Chicago, M.B.A. Boston College, Ph.D. Alberta; Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah, Ph.D. Illinois.
ADSY 114001 Research: Methods and Data
Recommended as the first course, it examines the logic of research design and explores how data are approached, collected and analyzed in an interactive information age. Practical applications across disciplines introduce both the electronic and traditional tools and techniques necessary to interpret and utilize findings. Cases and presentations prepare students to analyze, evaluate and challenge specific applications and to suggest alternative interpretations. Online databases, the WWW and the internet expand options.
Fall, Tues 6:30–9, Sept 2–Dec 9, Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah
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