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Courses with the ED_RES Subject

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Educational Research (ED_RES)

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562 Epistemology, Inquiry, and Representation 3 Course Prerequisite: Doctoral standing in education; ED PSYCH 505 or concurrent enrollment. Epistemological assumptions and methodological strategies of research. Typically offered Fall.

563 Principles of Research 3 Course Prerequisite: ED RES 562 or admission to EdD program. The centrality of literature review and the understanding of methods used in educational research; practice in designing research questions. Typically offered Spring and Summer.

564 Qualitative Research 3 Course Prerequisite: ED RES 563. Theoretical underpinnings of qualitative research; familiarity with published qualitative research in education; practical research skills. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

565 Quantitative Research 3 Course Prerequisite: ED PSYCH 508; ED RES 563. Statistical literacy in educational research; parametric and non-parametric methods. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

566 Research Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Course Prerequisite: Doctoral standing in Education. Presentation and analysis of research; professional development in research presentation. Typically offered Fall and Spring. S, F grading.

569 Arts-Informed Perspectives in Educational Research 3 Course Prerequisite: ED RES 562; ED RES 564. Exploration and application of alternative forms of qualitative research and representation through the arts. Typically offered Spring.

571 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation 3 Conceptualization and development of a structured dissertation prospectus; socializes students to academic culture. Typically offered Summer Session.

572 Survey Design and Development Research Methods 3 Course Prerequisite: ED PSYCH 508. Introduction to survey and questionnaire design and research techniques. Typically offered Fall.

573 Pscyhophysiological Measurement I 3 Overview of principles, theory, and applications of psychophysiological assessment. Typically offered Fall.

574 Pscyhophysiological Measurement II 3 Overview of principles, theory, and applications of psychophysiological assessment. Typically offered Spring.

575 Introduction to Neuroimaging and Electroencephalography 3 Overview of principles, theory, and applications of psychophysiological assessment using neuroimaging and electroencephalography. Recommended preparation: ED PSYCH 508 or equivalent. Typically offered Spring.

576 Neurocognition Science Laboratory Rotation V 1 (0-3) to 3 (0-9) May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 hours. Hands on applications of principles and theory of psychophysiological assessment in a laboratory setting. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

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