GLOB3020-LD.Interdisciplinary Rsrch Mthds.Su16.DeVriese,Leila
Interdisciplinary Rsrch Mthds
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Goals: To introduce students to interdisciplinary research methodologies and to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out research in the field. Content: The course focuses on conducting research from an interdisciplinary perspective and covers questions of epistemology, ontology, and practical applications of various research methods. Students will acquire the skills necessary to approach issues or events from an interdisciplinary perspective so that they may be able to synthesize multiple fields of study into a research project, and develop sophisticated research proposals. Taught: Annually, in the spring semester. Prerequisite: GLOB 1910 (grade of C- or better), declared major/minor in an interdisciplinary program, or consent of instructor Credits: 4
DeVriese, Leila, "GLOB3020-LD.Interdisciplinary Rsrch Mthds.Su16.DeVriese,Leila" (2016). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 7330.