Courses

Spring 2019

Experimental Research: Design, Analysis and Interpretation

, 4 pts, GU4768

EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH

Prerequisites: one or two semesters of statistics; basic understanding of probability, hypothesis testing, and regression are assumed. Basic familiarity with statistical software (Stata and R) is helpful but not required.

In this course, we will discuss the logic of experimentation, its strengths and weaknesses compared to other methodologies, and the ways in which experimentation has been -- and could be -- used to investigate social phenomena. Students will learn how to interpret, design, and execute experiments.

Section Number
001
Call Number
28467
Day, Time & Location
TR 7:40pm-8:55pm To be announced
Instructor
Donald P Green